We Planted a Pumpkin
From the Series In the Garden
Two children plant a pumpkin seed together and nurture the growing plant through the seasons. The plant flowers and a pumpkin forms, but will it change color and be ripe and ready to harvest for Halloween?
The children must be patient and respectful of their plant, but finally they get to enjoy the fruits of their labor at their Halloween party.
A rhyming and rhythmical text makes for a great read aloud.
This book is part of the In The Garden series, aiming to introduce very young children to the natural world and encourage a love of our environment.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Number of Pages||32|
Author, Illustrator: Rob Ramsden
Rob Ramsden is an illustrator who also teaches design. He lives in Suffolk, UK, where he is a keen gardener, and his type of gardening is strictly about the wildlife.
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In the Garden
In the Garden is a series of four titles to introduce very young children to the natural world. Diverse protagonists discover the sounds and sights, plants and creatures to be found in a garden, and learn the pleasure of growing things. Simple text with rhythm and rhyme… View available downloads →
“[T]he simplicity of two friends planting a seed and having patience to see what comes is an appropriate and pleasant theme. Steer children under six toward this fun, fall themed book.”—School Library Journal
“Less gardening primer than accounting of a slow-moving triumph, this In the Garden series starter depicts a parent-free project in the works alongside the delayed gratification that gardening can represent, all leading up to the protagonists’ breathless delight around holiday harvest.”—Publishers Weekly