One Little Seed

One Little Seed reveals how a tiny seed sprouts into a beautiful, sun loving flower Just right for the youngest of readers and the smallest of hands.
One Little Seed One Little Seed reveals how a tiny seed sprouts into a beautiful sun loving flower Just right for the youngest of readers and the smallest of hands

  • Title: One Little Seed
  • Author: Elaine Greenstein
  • ISBN: 9780670036332
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1 thought on “One Little Seed”

    1. One of my favorite story time books for teaching children how plants grow and the cycle of plant life.

    2. A simple story with simply pictures. This is a great way to introduce young children to the process of a seed becoming a plant.

    3. Two to five words per double-page spread, words on left, illustration on right. Perfect for a story time, except the format is small (7x7).

    4. A cute, short tale of blooming flowers. With only a few words on each page, this story shows how one seed can plant a flower, and multiple seeds, a garden. The descriptive words and illustrations (and a few rhymes) kept it interesting. At the end of the story, when "one little seed is picked", children are encouraged to tie the seed to the flower, and think about how the seed is planted at the beginning. I would recommend this book to young children-about age 4 or 5.

    5. A small picture book shared a simple phrases to talk about planting a sunflower seed. We acted the plant actions out with our arms during storytime.2015 Storytime Theme: Rainy WeatherReviewed from a library copy.

    6. I don't find this book too enjoyable and don't perceive too many children enjoying it. The book uses some words that I don't even know what they mean unless I look at the picture. I wouldn't recommend this book.

    7. A story of planting "One Little seed," the care and the harvesting of "One Little seed." (To be a little nit-picky, more than one plant is shown.) However, this is a nice simple story for all the gardening programs for summer reading, etc.The summary is for "One Little Lamb."

    8. Very simple and short book using the life cycle of a sunflower seed - perfect for young toddlers although the book is quite small.

    9. small and quick read. this is a full circle tale about how one tiny seed grows to become a big sunflowerfull of more seeds to then plant just one and start the cycle all over again

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