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Growing Like Me by Anne Rockwell
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Growing Like Me

by Anne Rockwell

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Child is in the forest and he goes and he goes, and caterpillar turns into a butterfly, fish eggs to little fish,and stuff like that.
  ece154 | Feb 16, 2016 |
Didn't care for this one. The illustrations are simple enough. I expected it to be all the nature thing growing like the boy, but in the end the baby was the only one compared to the baby.
  jdhaynes | Feb 12, 2015 |
In this book shows a young child learning how the things around him grow just like he does.
  Lilith13 | Dec 5, 2014 |
Tells about how many things start out small, but end up growing bigger just like a child. There are different animals, bugs and plants.
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  bugsavannah | Apr 20, 2013 |
This book is a boy discovering things that grow like him. It goes through and explains how one thing can grow into something else. Some of the illustrations have text inside them and cover two pages. While some only cover one page and some not even whole page with text in white space. One pattern is that the left page is a full page showing what plant or animal changed into. While the right not full page shows what is coming up once you turn the page. I think this pattern will allow the reader to make some of their own predictions then get a large picture as their answer. I would recommend this for a lesson in science on growth. ( )
  AnnaMoody | Nov 23, 2012 |
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Everything in nature grows up--just like you and me!
It's springtime, and the local pond is bursting with new life. Shiny black pollywogs are growing into fat frogs, and baby robins hatch from pale blue eggs. The blackberry bushes are full of sweet, juicy berries, and new monarch butterflies emerge from their cocoons. Listen closely, and you can hear the cheeping ducklings announcing, "Spring is here!"
Anne Rockwell and Holly Keller, two beloved children's book creators, team up to celebrate this season of growth.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:37 -0400)

Explains how plants and animals of the meadow, woods, and pond grow and evolve, such as caterpillars changing into butterflies, eggs hatching into robins, and acorns becoming oaks.

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