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Why Do Sunflowers Face the Sun? Questions Children Ask About Nature

by Terry Martin

Series: Why?

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Tackles the reasons for occurrences in nature in a question-and-answer format.

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Children will have many questions that they need answered, especially about nature and things like sunflowers. This is a good book to start answering those questions so children can know more about sunflowers and the sun.

Ages 4-7
Pierce College Library
  Mercedesrose | Jun 10, 2019 |
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