Seeds by Ken Robbins

These are the books Gage finished this week. My favorite was The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read by Rita Lorraine Hubbard and Oge Mora, about a woman, born a slave, who learned to read at 116 years old. Highly recommend.

Gage’s favorite was Seeds by Ken Robbins and I highly recommend it as beautifully done introduction to seeds for kids.

Gage’s thoughts…

This book is about all kinds if seeds. I liked the interesting facts about seeds because I love nature. I never heard about sticktight seeds and they are sticky. Maple tree seed wings are called samaras. The photos are incredible. I recommend this for anyone who is interested in seeds or great photos.

One thought on “Seeds by Ken Robbins

  1. Gofita says:

    Looks like you have some great books you’re reading with Gage. I read that Enzo’s book a few years ago with Gabe. I’d love to pick up the Oldest Student! Fun.

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