Seed School by Joan Holub

35397905Seed School by Joan Holub is a great reference story to teach kids about plants and how they grow. The book introduces several early scientific concepts to elementary age children.

The seeds in the book are learning from Ms Petal what it means to be a seed. They learn about how seeds and plants develop. They learn they are all different in appearance and serve different purposes through their life cycles.

This title is endearing and relatable as the seed children navigate school. The illustrations are fun and colorful and the font is easy to read. The educational aspects sprinkled throughout the book enhance the story without taking away from the continuity of reading.

Thank you to Quarto Publishing Group – Seagrass Press and Seagrass Press for the ARC copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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