Barefoot Books at William Frazier Elementary School


William Frazier
Originally uploaded by LadyD_Barefoot Books



Awhile back I did an event at one of our local elementary schools. One of the most popular children's paperback books sold at that event was "What's This? A Seed's Story" by Caroline Mockford.


What's This?
Irresistibly bright.... Captures the bubbly mood of spring. - Publishers Weekly
Learn the basics of how plants grow in this bubbly, springtime story. When a young girl plants a seed, she learns she must be patient to achieve results. She is rewarded by a beautiful sunflower, and brings her flower to school to share the seeds with her entire class. Includes notes about roots, shoots, flowers and seeds.

Ages 3 to 7 years

Written By: Caroline Mockford






Inside Flap:

"What's This? wonders a little girl when she finds a seed in her garden one cold winter morning. She plants the seed, then she and her friends - a small bird and a marmalade cat - tend and water it. While they watch and wait, they wonder about what it might be.

At last summer comes and the little girl's patience is rewarded. And when she takes her beautiful plant to school, she discovers that it can be used again to create a whole roomful of flowers for the following year.

Caroline Mockford's simple text and engaging illustrations make this picture book a wonderful introduction to the way in which plants grow. her story is followed by a page of helpful information on roots, shoots, flowers and seeds."
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This delightful paperback book is now$6.99
Book on Sale 
O.K. I'm ready to plant my Spring garden... how about you?
All the best,
LadyD
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