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Plants Feed Me

by Lizzy Rockwell

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This is a great book to introduce during a science lesson on plants because it allows the student to actually visually see how plants have affected their lives and the colorful illustration aid the author in that mission ( )
  lpittman | Apr 27, 2017 |
I would use this book as a read aloud book for kindergarten students or younger. This book would be good for kindergarteners because it is short and easy to follow and still has the information need to understand the story and main idea. I would use it as a read aloud because it is short and students can keep their attention on the book, and it would be good to ask and answer questions about the types of plants people eat.
  ddevers01 | Mar 2, 2017 |
This book is great tool of learning for kids about the things they eat. The pictures are great and are very detailed about what plants are and what vegetables are. The book gives a generalized account of where certain vegetables are grown and where certain fruit are grown. It also distinguishes the different types of fruit and vegetables. I would highly recommend this book at the Pre-k-1st grade level, but anyone can read and learn as I did. ( )
  nseugene | Feb 15, 2017 |
"Plants Feed Me" is a nicely illustrated picture book about the different kinds of plants and parts of plants that people can eat. This book identifies a large assortment of plants with edible leaves, roots, stems, flowers, and seeds. It also states what foods are considered fruits and vegetables. This book was interesting to read and I even learned some new facts about plants from reading this book. I'd definitely read this with my own students to educate them on how versatile plants are and how they offer the world so much. ( )
  goreyes | Nov 28, 2016 |
This book explain about all kinds of plants, vegetables, fruits, seeds and flowers. Also emphasis plants's grow process are different. Easy reading, great collections of vocabulary. Ages 4-7 Source: Pierce County Library ( )
  EikoErfort | Mar 9, 2016 |
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Detailed illustrations help teach new readers about the edible parts of different plants, including leaves, flowers, stems, roots, and seeds.

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"Watermelons are fruits. Cabbages are leaves. Walnuts are seeds. Carrots are roots. People eat many parts of plants. Even flowers!--

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