derrierloisirs.fr
» » Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It)

Download Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It) ePub

by Elizabeth MacLeod,Carolyn Price

Download Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It) ePub
  • ISBN 0613163583
  • ISBN13 978-0613163583
  • Language English
  • Author Elizabeth MacLeod,Carolyn Price
  • Publisher Topeka Bindery (April 1999)
  • Formats mbr doc txt docx
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Nature and How It Works
  • Size ePub 1292 kb
  • Size Fb2 1962 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 440


Kids Can Do It). by. Elizabeth MacLeod, Carolyn Price (Illustrator).

Kids Can Do It). Don't compost that carrot top or throw away those apple seeds - the makings of a fantastic garden can be found in your kitchen! In this book, kids will learn how to sprout avocado pits and garlic bulbs. They'll see a pea turn into a vine, an orange seed grow into a tree, a pineapple top become a spiky plant and more!

Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It), Electric Gadgets and Gizmos: Battery-Powered Buildable Gadgets That Go!

Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It), Electric Gadgets and Gizmos: Battery-Powered Buildable Gadgets That Go! (Kids Can Do It), Friendship Bracelets, Gifts t. .

Items related to Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It. A title that will appeal to children who enjoy making and growing things.

Items related to Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It). Elizabeth MacLeod Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It). ISBN 13: 9781550745580. Elizabeth MacLeod has written many books for children, including Why Do Cats Have Whiskers? Ever since she first rode a horse at summer camp, Liz has been swept away by these wonderful animals. She immediately fell in love with their smell and the feel of their velvety noses.

Part of the Kids Can Do It Series). by Elizabeth MacLeod. Select Format: Paperback.

Elizabeth MacLeod has written many children's books, including nine titles in the Snapshots Biography series, numerous titles in the Kids Can Read, Kids Books Of and Kids Can Do It series, Why Do Horses Have Manes?, What Did Dinosaurs Eat?, and Monster Fliers. She lives in Toronto.

Find nearly any book by Elizabeth MacLeod (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780606165488 (978-0-606-16548-8) Demco Media, 1999. Find signed collectible books: 'Grow It Again'.

Nationality: Canadian. Lions (Grolier Lt. 1988). Koalas (Grolier Lt. 1989). Puffins (Grolier Lt. 1990). Australia (Grolier Lt. The Recycling Book (Greey de Pencier Books, 1991). Dinosaurs: The fastest, the fiercest, the most amazing (Kids Can Press Lt. 1994). The Phone Book: Instant communication from smoke signals to satellites and beyond (Kids Can Press Lt. 1995). Get Started: Stamp collecting for Canadian kids (Kids Can Press Lt. 1996).

By (author) Elizabeth MacLeod. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It) by MacLeod, Elizabeth. You Can Grow it Tuppercraft Tupperware Plant Guide Book 1981 Vintage Home Decor. US Seller- Grow it yourself Plan farm garden WPA artwork poster kids wall decor.

Talk about Grow It Again (Kids Can Do It)


Shakagul
A friend had a grandson coming for a visit who liked to grow things, like starting an avocado from a pit suspended in water with toothpicks. I found a copy of this little (40-page) book for kids in the library and liked it so much I sought out a copy to own. Lovingly illustrated with colorful drawings, the book explains what plants need to grow and shows how to start plants from tops of carrots, beets or even pineapples; from seeds saved from apples, beans, citrus fruits, peas, and watermelons; and from tubers or eyes or buds of garlic, potatoes, and ginger. The avocado pit is on page 32. There are recipes, jokes, fascinating "can you believe it?" facts, and craft ideas. Everything can be grown inside the house and carefully watched over. I personally have a sturdy grapefruit plant two feet high with beautiful shiny leaves in quite a small pot, started from a sprouted seed three years ago. It would never survive outside here in Michigan and will never bear fruit, but I like to look at it, sort of a symbol (as I myself grow older) of continuing, thriving life. This book makes me feel young, too!
Ramsey`s
This is one of the best books for young and old alike
Swift Summer
Great for kids and adults.
Dont_Wory
Grow it Again is well produced and informative. The text is very inspiring and will convince children to sprout an avocado tree or plant a pineapple top. Each page is well laid out and colorful. The author carefully explains directions for the step-by-step projects in language appropriate for children in the third grade and up. The illustrations compliment the text well and add color to every page. The book also contains children's jokes about plants that serves to break up the text and lighten the mood.