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Two children of colour (one wears a wrist splint) at a workbench plant up, monitor and nurture a sunflower.

by Jessica Spanyol


Rosa has the entire sunflower experiment under control: filling up the pots with soil, taking the seeds out of dried sunflower heads, planting up the seedlings and so on, all the way through to transferring the delicate baby shoots outside. Key science processes are identified as Rosa and her friends perfect the ideal conditions for germination. Part of a series designed to inspire a lifelong love of STEM subjects. 'What a lovely book. Great intro to STEM through nature and lots of interesting vocabulary. Clear inclusive illustrations' (Rosalind, Nursery Operations Manager, Letterbox Library reviewer). (nb: Rosa's friend, Shala, wears a wrist splint). Age 3-6, Hard cover/card pages 16pp


Themes: Gender Equality


SKU: 3213
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