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From Seed to Plant

From Seed to Plant

From Seed to Plant

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According to The Washington Post, Gail Gibbons has taught more preschoolers and early readers about the world than any other children's writer-illustrator. Ms. Gibbons is the author of more than 100 books for young readers, including the bestselling titles From Seed to Plant and Monarch Butterfly. Her many honors include the Washington Post/Childrens Book Guild Nonfiction Award and the NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book Award.From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons is a nonfiction text that clearly describes the scientific process of how a seed begins, and evolves into a plant. Throughout the book the reader learns about different varieties of seeds, flowers, and fruit. The reader also learns the many interesting ways pollination occurs, and how seeds are scattered. The illustrations and diagrams are very helpful in explaining the seed to plant journey.

This book is for grades K through 2. It provides a simple introduction on plant reproduction. The scientific topics that are covered include: pollination, seed dispersal and growth. There is a project include - how to grow a bean plant and unusual facts. The text is somewhat difficult to understand, especially for a young student. I could easily see younger students being confused by the unusual wording. The illustrations leave something to be desired. I am certain that there are better books ou This book is for grades K through 2. It provides a simple introduction on plant reproduction. The scientific topics that are covered include: pollination, seed dispersal and growth. There is a project include - how to grow a bean plant and unusual facts. The text is somewhat difficult to understand, especially for a young student. I could easily see younger students being confused by the unusual wording. The illustrations leave something to be desired. I am certain that there are better books out there to teach the growth of a seed to a plant to students. ...more (Source:www.goodreads.com)

 

 

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