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In The Garden (edition 2003)

by Gallimard-Jeunesse, Heliadore (Illustrator)

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Title:In The Garden
Authors:Gallimard-Jeunesse
Other authors:Heliadore (Illustrator)
Info:Cartwheel (2003), Hardcover, 24 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:Non-Fiction Science

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In The Garden by Jeunesse Gallimard

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In the garden illustrates the different types of food that you can grow in a garden and what they foods can be used for. Is lets the reader know if you need to cook the vegetable of if you can eat it raw, or both ways. I really liked the feature on the pages that allowed you to unfold the page and find more information on the different types of gardening foods. This is a good and simple book for all ages. ( )
  ccbell | Nov 17, 2012 |
In the Garden is a very easy science book about all sorts of flowers, fruits, and vegetables you'd find in the gaden. I really love the fold out pages that give you additional educational facts about the things that grow in gardens and even about the animals you could find. The illustrations are very bright and colorful. After reading this as an introduction to a science lesson, you could have the children grow a small plant, care for it, and mark the plant's growth each week. This is a great start to inspire them to start a garden at their house. ( )
  Klefort | Nov 11, 2012 |
A close up look at what grows in gardens and gives great facts about them, not only veggies and flowers but bugs too! The fold out feature makes it more interactive for children. ( )
  Eclouse | Apr 23, 2012 |
This book shows how gardens can vary in what they grow. ( )
  ktinney2315937 | Nov 17, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439336376, Hardcover)

A debut title in the First Discovery Look-and-Learn series, IN THE GARDEN is designed with foldout pages that allow young children to "look and learn" all about plants and their produce.

Look-and-Learn IN THE GARDEN introduces young children to various fruits, vegetables, and plants in the garden. The book contains 24 pages with dazzling art depicting various garden scenes, each one realistically painted with bold, vivid colors. Detailed scenes take readers on a tour of various sections in the garden where tomatoes, pumpkins, beans, peas, apples, oranges, and more are grown. Each spread is designed with a foldout page. When children open the fold, they will uncover illustrations of various elements taken directly from the accompanying scene.The individual illustrations

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An introduction to natural science, with foldout pages to learn about all sorts of flowers, fruits and vegetables.

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