From School Library Journal
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
I was immediately drawn to select this book by the stunning artwork.
Language is poetic and also has dashes of humor, and of course is scientifically accurate, but simple that it can be understood with ease and enjoyed.
This book focuses on photosynthesis and the way that the sun's energy is related to nearly all the life on earth.
Contains the full story of photosynthesis, told with illustrations that make some of the abstract science much more comprehensible to young children.Published 13 months ago by Margaret M. Criscuola
I love this book! It is good sharing with children and adults.As you read it, you feel a bigtime sense of gratitude to The Source of our Life.Thankl you.Published 13 months ago by Marietta
This book is so deep and moving at at the same time scientific. It makes every breath you take meaningful and explains to children quite a lot about sun and plants.Published on December 23, 2012 by Ar1adne
For some reason a professor of science education had all of us elementary education majors buy this book. EVERYONE thought it was really terrible! Read morePublished on June 18, 2012 by Hilary Hannah Neilson
Our 3yr old understood photosynthesis and now that he's 4 he carries these messages through as we discuss treesPublished on May 11, 2010 by beca