Mother Earth's Children: "the Frolics Of The Fruits And Vegetables" (Cheapest Books Children Classics) (Volume 3)

 Mother Earth's Children: "The Frolics of the Fruits and Vegetables" (Cheapest Books Children Classics) (Volume 3) PDF ePub ebook

A seed, little friends, is really a plant or a tree all wrapped up in a little brown bundle. If you plant it in the ground it will grow, and when it is old enough it will bear fruit, because God has made it so. Among all the children of Mother Nature, the fruits and vegetables are probably the most useful to us. Wherever we may go some of these little people are there before us, ready to help us b...

Age Range: 5 - 6 years
Series: Cheapest Books Children Classics
Paperback: 94 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition (June 15, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781534711006
ISBN-13: 978-1534711006
ASIN: 1534711007
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.2 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 11265800
Format: PDF ePub Text TXT fb2 book

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A lovely book of children's poems describing fruit and/or vegetables as a child. Beautiful illustrations, I especially liked Mr. Banana. I was a bit disappointed at the cover of the book. Too modern and a bit silly considering these poems were wri...



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food and to make life easy and joyous for us. In your Mother’s garden you will always find many famil-iar friends; in the fields the graceful Grain children will nod and beckon to you; in the orchard the Fruit children will peep out at you from their leafy homes; along the roadside the gay little Berries will give you a friendly greeting, and in the forest you will find the little wild Grapes climbing trees and playing hide and seek with the Bird children. The publishers, who have already given you the Flower Children, Bird Children, and Animal Children, wish to join the author and the artist in their grateful acknowledgment of the wonderful appreciation which these books have received, and to hope that these new comrades will prove as fascinating as those whom you already know. For myself, little friends, I thank you from my heart. Elizabeth Gordon.