Let's Go Seed Collecting!

From A Tiny Seed Sprouts The Mighty Tree


Tโ€‹ooka, Poi and Inji stumble into a journey of discovery about seeds. Neha Sumitran and Archana Sreenivasan join forces to write this insightful and interesting fact-fiction about seeds. Children will love learning about the different kind of seeds, their purpose and importance. 

An unmissable e-book for young learners.


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Simrann R Vermaa

Pros: The beauty of the book which lets a child be a child, and collect the things that seem beautiful to them. This can wake up the hidden child in any adult, to feel nostalgic about the things they used to collect as a child.

Cons: For me, the book is complete. There is no alternative or any area of improvement. It has all the elements in it - story, science, magic. Kids as well as adults don't need anything more than this.

If I come across any talking Tamarind tree, will definitely tell you about it. :)

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Simrann R Vermaa

โ€‹"Those seeds you're collecting," Pacha explains, "They're all tree babies."

The witty, sparking and childlike Illustrations, to match with the innocent, simple story about collecting seeds, has found a special place in my heart.

I'm so much in love with this book "Let's Go Seed Collecting." ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’“

The quirky names are wonderful ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Š

Inji reminding me of my Patti (maternal grandmother) who so very much loved it in her chai.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Š I can imagine our pet dog in her tea! ( Inji is Ginger in Tamil)

Our favorite pastime in summer holidays was collecting the Gundumani, Rosary Pea.

The collecting-crazy-things habit of childhood, indeed carries on life long.

At least for me. Even today I collect seeds.

After seeing and getting these amazing Seed Jewellery, the craziness is throttling full on. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Thank you so much Neha Sumitran, Archana Sreenivasan and pbstoryweaver.


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