Series: Plants Life Cycles

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Apple Trees (Plants Life Cycles) by Gail Saunders-Smith
Beans (Plants Life Cycles) by Gail Saunders-Smith
Carrots (Plants Life Cycles) by Gail Saunders-Smith
Sunflowers (Plants Life Cycles) by Gail Saunders-Smith

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  1. Life Cycle of a Bean (Heinemann First Library: Life Cycles) by Angela Royston (1998)
  2. Flowers by Althea Braithwaite (1980)
  3. From Kernel to Corncob by Ellen Weiss (2008)
  4. Oak Trees (Pebble Books: Trees) by Marcia S. Freeman (1998)
  5. A Sunflower Grows Up by Melvin Berger (2008)
  6. Plants Grow from Seeds (Compass Point Phonics Readers-Level B) by Rachel Mann (2003)
  7. From Blossom to Fruit (Pebble Books: Apples) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1998)
  8. How to Make a Wind Sock by Ellen Tarlow (2004)
  9. Winter (Pebble Books: Seasons) by Saunders-Smith (1998)
  10. Plant Life Cycles (Heinemann First Library: Nature's Patterns) by Anita Ganeri (2005)
  11. Carrots Grow Underground (Pebble Books: How Fruits and Vegetables Grow) by Mari C. Schuh (2011)
  12. Sunshine (Pebble Books: Weather) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1998)
  13. From Little Acorns: A First Look at the Life Cycle of a Tree (First Look: Science) by Sam Godwin (2001)
  14. A Sunflower's Life (Acorn: Watch It Grow) by Nancy Dickmann (2010)
  15. I Am an Apple by Jean Marzollo (1997)

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