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growing with MY SUNFLOWER by Tz. Braun

growing with MY SUNFLOWER

by Tz. Braun

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0991067509, Board book)

Sunflowers are bright beautiful and almost everywhere. Part of every child's development involves asking questions. Today some of the most important questions involve nature and our environment. Take your child on a step by step journey of the growth of the sunflower. The concise prose of this text explode with rich hues and tones in each illustration and with every turn of the page. Young readers get to learn and explore the cycle of the sunflowers and bee up close.

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