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Plants and Animals Change Over Time (Changes Duet) (Volume 1) Paperback – Large Print, October 21, 2016
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Obviously, this topic includes that plants die, every year, and so do animals, though they live longer. Naturally, death is never a pretty topic but Toi Thomas manages to convey the topic in a brilliant way.
Specifically, she uses the wording "one day, the plant dies and becomes like the soil" to indicate that this transformation is needed and wanted. The soil will help new seeds grow. The same goes for animals. I also thought that the concept that the young plant (sun flower) as well as the young bird are both yellow, indicates that they live in same habitat and need each other is beautiful.
Highly recommended, especially to parents who might struggle with having to explain why plants or animals die.
Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger