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The Bad Seed (The Food Group) by Jory John
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The Bad Seed (The Food Group) (edition 2017)

by Jory John (Author)

Series: Food Group (1)

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A New York Times bestseller! An Amazon Best Children's Book of the Month from the New York Times bestselling author of the Goodnight Already! series This is a book about a bad seed. A baaaaaaaaaad seed. How bad? Do you really want to know? He has a bad temper, bad manners, and a bad attitude. He's been bad since he can remember! This seed cuts in line every time, stares at everybody and never listens. But what happens when one mischievous little seed changes his mind about himself, and decides that he wants to be--happy? With Jory John's charming and endearing text and bold expressive illustrations by Pete Oswald, here is The Bad Seed: a funny yet touching tale that reminds us of the remarkably transformative power of will, acceptance, and just being you. Perfect for readers young and old, The Bad Seed proves that positive change is possible for each and every one of us.… (more)
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Title:The Bad Seed (The Food Group)
Authors:Jory John (Author)
Info:HarperCollins (2017), Edition: 1, 40 pages
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I like the idea that a person/seed can learn to be better and do good things. ( )
  suzannekmoses | May 21, 2022 |
Summary: This story follows a bad seed and how he became a bad seed. In the end, he turns himself around and becomes a kind of good seed. He is happy with who he is at the end of the story.
Reflection: This story is a cute one in the way that they show the story of how the bad seed became who he was and why he was so bad. It shows that everyone has a back story of why they are who they are. It is a cute way how kids can understand backgrounds and how kids can understand change. I think the message was really open for the children to understand. ( )
  lovelydignity | Feb 26, 2022 |
This book is about a seed. He is bad, but he wasn't always bad. He was good until his home got destroyed and his life changed. He wanted to be happy again so he started doing things that bad seeds wouldn't do.
  makenna.cannon | Feb 1, 2022 |
A cute children's book with great illustrations. ( )
  Tosta | Nov 22, 2021 |
A seed who is not as bad as he seems.
  nicolecoronel | Nov 16, 2021 |
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A New York Times bestseller! An Amazon Best Children's Book of the Month from the New York Times bestselling author of the Goodnight Already! series This is a book about a bad seed. A baaaaaaaaaad seed. How bad? Do you really want to know? He has a bad temper, bad manners, and a bad attitude. He's been bad since he can remember! This seed cuts in line every time, stares at everybody and never listens. But what happens when one mischievous little seed changes his mind about himself, and decides that he wants to be--happy? With Jory John's charming and endearing text and bold expressive illustrations by Pete Oswald, here is The Bad Seed: a funny yet touching tale that reminds us of the remarkably transformative power of will, acceptance, and just being you. Perfect for readers young and old, The Bad Seed proves that positive change is possible for each and every one of us.

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