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Sunflower (Watch it Grow) by Barrie Watts
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Sunflower (Watch it Grow)

by Barrie Watts

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A series which makes use of stunning photography to illustrate how animals and plants grow. The text is specifically written to cater for a wide range of reading abilities, with each spread looking at a different stage of the lifecycle. Introductory, simple paragraphs work with the pictures to give an overview, while the main text expands these points in greater detail. Sunflower - Captures photographically the lifecycle of a sunflower, from seed to flowering plant and back to seed. The book looks at how the sunflower plant grows, and which factors are important in its lifecycle, such as insects, sunlight, water and soil nutrients.

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A simple introduction to how a sunflower grows from seed to flowering plant.

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