"How does a tiny seed grow into a flower? Find out about the life cycle of a flower in this delightful, fun-to-read book. Little ones learn about plant life and nature, and are inspired to grow their own super-tall sunflower from a tiny seed."--
It's school science fair time, and Max and Mo love seeing what the big ones -- the kids in the class -- are making. The two hamsters decide to do their own experiment and learn how to grow plants from seeds! Follow along with Max and Mo with simple instructions at the back of the book for kids to grow their own plants!
When Lily invites her friends to volunteer at the community garden, they learn how to dig, plant seeds, and patiently wait for their plants to grow. Includes instructions for growing snap peas at home.
"It's wonderful springtime, and there are so many flowers, leaves, and seeds outside. Siblings Feather, Flap, and Spike want to explore on a sunny day. But will Spike's sneezes make him the odd dino out?"--Publisher's description.
"Grub is a lonely racoon, rumbling in the trash looking for food. Seed is, well, a seed--patiently waiting in the trash, hoping someone will plant it. When the two finally meet, they realize they might be able to help each other"--Publisher marketing.
"Like feathery seeds, a young girl and her mother take flight, putting down roots in an adopted country. Soon they blossom in their new home, strong and beautiful among hundreds of others just like them."--Provided by publisher.
"One morning, a seed suddenly and unexpectedly appears in the garden that Jack and his friends call home. The seed starts to grow, sprouting a stem, leaves, and roots... Yvonne the mole, Colette the ant and the Field Mice family are all convinced that the seed spells disaster. As its roots continue to spread, ceilings crack and paths become unwalkable. The inhabitants of the garden make a bold decision: they are going to cut the plant down! Thankfully,...
"Sprout, Seed, Sprout! is the story of a young boy who, like many children, has decided to plant a seed--in this case, an avocado seed. And as with so many things in life, the process takes a good while longer than anticipated ... A meditation on patience and perseverance, combined with humour (and an utterly charming cat), this title has lots of patterning and repetition and will make a great choice for storytime."--
To grow a peaceful garden, wait for the last frost (just kiss the cold good-bye!). Now dig yourself a patch... From choosing seeds and digging holes to watering the plants and giving them sunlight, A Peaceful Garden shows readers just what a garden needs to grow, with two cats as guides.