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The Seed & the Giant Saguaro

by Jennifer Ward

Other authors: Mike K. Rangner (Illustrator)

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A packrat, carrying fruit from the giant saguaro, is chased by various desert animals and inadvertently helps spread the cactus's seed. Includes information on saguaros.
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This book tells a lifeline story about many seeds from one fruit that grew on a giant Saguaro became another Saguaro. ( )
  Hannah.Millburg | Dec 7, 2019 |
It is about a saguaro cactus, and all of the animals in the desert. I️ enjoyed reading and using this book within my storybox.
  Remi.Kauffman | Oct 31, 2019 |
This is a great informational story about the desert that shows the circle of life, predators as well as seed propagation.The add-on repetition makes the story easy to read and memorize. This is a good book to use as a tool in a science unit as it covers many different scientific topics. It also contains information and facts about saguaros in the back of the book. This is a suitable story for kindergarten-2nd grade.
  sierragriggs | Dec 18, 2015 |
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  sydneykroll | Nov 6, 2015 |
The story is great, the illustrations are gorgeous, I love it! It is absolutely the best. It really captures the essence of the southwest. It's a very repetitive book in terms of it's writing content, so it is a great book for younger kids who are learning to read because the repetition will help them learn to read. Overall, this book a great story and is a really enjoyable read. ( )
  Andymcclellan_93 | Oct 6, 2014 |
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