Let’s Go Nuts! Seeds We Eat is a chant which introduces children to beans, nuts, grains, and spice seeds. Endmatter explains why seeds don’t grow inside our stomachs, why seeds are such great food, and how seeds fit into biology, ecology, and culture. This book completes the trio of books that includes Rah, Rah, Radishes: A Vegetable Chant and Go, Go, Grapes: a Fruit Chant.
This brief paperback book is for young readers, reading on their own. It is level 3, ages 7 and 8. It is often featured as part of Scholastic Book Club offerings.
A photo-illustrated introduction to climate and landscape for grades 1-4.
These books have been a huge hit with teachers. No other books on continents offer simple, read-aloud text for the youngest children along with additional, smaller-text facts to spark the curiosity of older readers.
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