Seed Babies by Margaret Warner Morley (PDF ebook)
Have your children ever asked you how plants grow from tiny seeds? Or how a bird hatches from an egg? If so, you’ll love today’s resource. This is another classic “living book” by the author of “Little Wanderers”, which we featured a few weeks ago. This is a wonderful, fanciful read-aloud science book written in 1896. Two little children, Jack and Ko, discover some beans they threw to the ground have begun to sprout. And not only that, but they TALK to the children too, telling them the function of seeds and how they grow and develop into maturity. We meet different kinds of beans, peas, peanuts, nuts, and even venture into the animal kingdom and learn about coccoons, fish eggs, tadpoles, and bird eggs. Great fun and very informative!
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THE SPARK OF LIFE by Margaret Warner Morley
The story of how living things come into the world, told for boys and girls. This is another short, sweet and delightful nature book (only 60+ pages) from the author of Little Wanderers and Seed Babies.
“No parent can truthfully say again: ‘ No one has ever told the story of life simple enough for a child to understand.’ For here it is, told as simply and beautifully as I have ever seen it told before.” – Edward Bok
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Mac users: Hold down the “control” key and click the above link, then save to your mac.