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By Margaret W. Morley

Proportion the buzz of 3 little kids as they observe how beans develop from seeds, then begin to ask yourself how different crops get their commence, which leads them to observe heavily for brand spanking new lifestyles bobbing up throughout them. various black and white drawings brighten up the textual content. appropriate for a long time 6 and up.

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They planted it, and one day when they were considerably older and wiser, it began to grow. Of course then they knew, or thought they knew, it was a seed-baby. But never could they find in the Brazil nut any sign of the little plant, as they had found it in the other seeds. " said the Brazil nut. "You had better keep still, Jack; it will begin to tell you, you don't understand," said Ko, warningly. "Well," said the Brazil nut, "I might tell you that and tell the truth, but it would be too much trouble.

Cucumber boats do not like to sail. Jack put a lot of seeds in his pocket; they were rather damp and sticky, but then a boy's pocket expects such things. When the whole fleet had come to grief, the boys sat on the edge of the pond, and Jack pulled a handful of seeds out of his pocket. " he asked, holding one in his fingers. "Easy enough to find out," said Ko, splitting one open with his finger-nail. " asked Jack, following Ko's example and splitting one open. "I should n't wonder," said Ko. "Cucumber seeds and melon seeds are just alike, only the cucumber's are small and white," said Jack.

Plant me," said the Madeira nut. The boys planted half a dozen in the garden, and dug one up every day to see how it was getting on. —the shell had split open! "Oh, Ko," screamed Jack, "just look in the crack! " They planted it again; and in a day or two, out of the crack peeped a little green sprout from the place where the two crumpled cotyledons were fastened together. The boys were delighted, but as it would say nothing to them, they planted it again and watched the stout root go down into the ground.

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