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The Great Seed Mystery For Kids

I like this book because of the color photographs and the wide variety of seed types they include. - Tom
  • Food
  • Nutrition
  • Soil
  • Seeds
  • Environments
  • Flowers

The Great Seed Mystery For Kids
by Peggy Henry
Published by Harper Collins
ISBN 1-880281-11-2

Summary:
Projects and experiments demonstrate the significance of seeds, how and why they grow, and how to plant and care for a garden.


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