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Seed-Babies by Margaret Warner Morley is a charming and educational children's book that explores the life cycle of plants through the perspective of seeds. The author successfully weaves together scientific facts with an engaging narrative that will captivate young readers.

The book follows the journey of various types of seeds as they germinate, grow, and eventually produce new plants. Through vivid descriptions and colorful illustrations, Morley brings the magic of plant growth to life, making complex concepts easily understandable for children.

What sets Seed-Babies apart is its focus on the importance of seeds in sustaining life on Earth. Morley highlights how seeds travel, adapt to their surroundings, and ultimately contribute to the biodiversity of our planet. This message of environmental stewardship is subtly woven throughout the story, making it both entertaining and thought-provoking.

Overall, Seed-Babies is a delightful and informative read that is sure to spark curiosity in young readers about the natural world. Morley's engaging storytelling and educational content make this book a valuable addition to any child's library.

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Seed Babies piques the child's interest about how seeds grow. It provides interesting information about seeds in a conversational style between two brothers and the various seeds they encounter. These seeds offer grammatical advice, chastises poor reasoning, provide enlightening information, and will often encourage the boys to go and discover answers to their questions themselves. In turn, the author lets the reader know that she too hopes that they will plant some seeds and make discoveries of their own. The last few chapters venture into the world of insects, frogs and various other eggs, encouraging children to consider the beginnings of various forms of life. In the end, this short book provides more questions than answers and helps children learn to be inquisitive about nature and to investigate answers to their questions. - Summary by SweetHome

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