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Travelling Seeds (Mummy Nature) (Volume 3)

by Rebecca Bielawski

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A lovely, colourful, rhyming picture book with an educational theme. A wonderful teaching resource for play schools and infant classrooms.
I would recommend Travelling Seeds as a stimulus for introducing living things and the plants and animals strand of the SESE curriculum for the junior and senior infant classes. The book provides a simple basis for a discussion about living things and how we can tell if something is living or non living. Children find it difficult to grasp the concept that plants can move but Travelling Seeds depicts and explains this in a very simple way for children to understand.
When I read Travelling Seeds to a group of children they were fascinated by the information contained in the short book and they enjoyed the rhyming nature as well as the beautiful illustrations.
Some discussion about cow dung and manure ensued after some children took exception to the word 'poop' in the story.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  Inishowen_Cailin | Sep 22, 2015 |
I received a mobi.fle [KINDLE] copy of this book through a giveaway on LibraryThing and the following is my honest opinion for the book.

Ms. Bielawski had done a marvelous with this book which is part of a series entitled “Mummy Nature Series – Nurturing Children’s Curiosity.”

As soon as children are able to talk their inquisitive minds start asking questions regarding everything they see, and this book is there to help fill this void. The language is appropriate for their young minds to understand with the rhyming making it more appealing to their ears. The illustrations [also done by the author] on each page compliments the words which go along with it allowing for the child to better visualize what they’re reading.

After reading this book a child’s mind will have a slew of other questions regarding the topic the book has been written about which might ultimately drift off to other topics, so be prepared.

For enriching a child’s education about the world around it, I’m happy to give this book 5 STARS. ( )
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