In Let’s Go Seed Collecting – biology for early grades, a fictional tale about two children and their dog out collecting seeds, we learn lots of non-fiction facts about seeds and plant life. A great introduction to biology topics for early grades, the picture book also contains some facts at the end about different types of seeds and their respective plants.
This book is brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver licensed under creative commons. The book is rated as English Level 3 suited for children who are ready to read by them selves.
Author: Neha Sumitran
Illustrator: Archana Sreenivasan
Text and Images from Let’s Go Seed Collecting – Biology for early grades
Tooka and Poi love collecting things. Smooth pebbles from the riverside, twirly and tickly fern leaves, bright red buttons that have fallen from a school uniform — Tooka and Poi pick them all up. Every day, they meet after school, near the bendy coconut tree by the river, and wait for their best friend.
At five o’ clock on the dot, Inji arrives, huffing and puffing like an old school bus. Inji is a friendly dog with eyes the colour of chocolate and a tail that never stops wagging.
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Approximate reading time: 20 minutes; Rated level 3 by Pratham.
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