A Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds
Jean Richards (Author) Anca Hariton (Illustrator)
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Many seeds travel inside fruits. The fruit is like a suitcase for the seeds. It protects them on their trip.
Readers will learn how fruits are designed to protect a plant's seeds and also to help the plant spread its seeds to new places.
With prose perfect for read-alouds and gorgeous watercolor illustrations, Fruit is a Suitcase for Seeds delves into the world of seeds, their purpose, and how they grow, perfect for young children. Includes questions and answers at the end to further learning and engagement.
First Avenue Editions (Tm)
January 01, 2006
7.78 X 10.8 X 0.1 inches | 0.24 pounds
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About the Author
Illustrator Anca Hariton trained in fine arts and architecture in Bucharest, Romania, and has lived with her family in Northern California since 1985. Her work has been published by UNICEF, Dutton Children's Books, Millbrook Press, Child Graphics Company, and Vision International, among others.