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"A mighty oak of a book . . . This lyrical picture book about the wonders of seeds will charm readers with its fun gatefolds and softly appealing illustrations of animals and plants." - starred review, Shelf Awareness
"Quietly lovely . . . Ghahremani's art is playful yet refined, and the soft textures of the wood she paints on bring warmth to vignettes of dandelion-laden meadows, pumpkins stalked by a fox, and frosty winter fields. Well-integrated gatefolds add drama to some scenes . . . An enchanting vision of how strikingly different seeds and plants can be." - starred review, Publishers Weekly
"This bucolic companion to Ward's What Will Hatch? captures the magic and excitement of planting a garden and waiting for it to bloom . . . Four gatefold illustrations will appeal to children's sense of wonder, and informative back matter instructs aspiring gardeners on when and how to sow the showcased seeds." - starred review, School Library Journal
"Rich with organic material, this choice is as warm and patient as the ground that nurtures the seeds to new life." - Kirkus Reviews
"Featuring rounded, simplified botanical forms, the book's decorative gouache paintings are playful and satisfying . . . A satisfying, interactive picture book for reading aloud." - Booklist
"An elegant interactive design and serene illustrations." - Publishers Weekly on WHAT WILL HATCH?
"Ghahremani's picture-book debut features incredible hand-lettering and muted, textured tones . . . [T]hey work well in this quiet nature story . . . Science for the very young is done best through joyous learning; education will certainly hatch from these pages." - Kirkus Reviews on WHAT WILL HATCH?