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Plants Without Seeds
 
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Helen Challand
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Plants Without Seeds

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The "New True Books" have been produced to fill a very important need. Children are by nature inquisitive and these fact-filled books provide answers to many basic questions.Students use the New True Books for supplementary work in their classes. They use them to find out about special things that interest them. They read them to learn on their own. Packed with information...more
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Published April 1st 1986 by Children's Press(CT)
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MsBrie
I found Plants Without Seeds to be a fairly decent book. I learned a few new things and found the magnified pictures of algae and bacteria to be very helpful. However, a number of complex concepts were touched upon. While the author tackled a few with ease, others, such as the algae reproductive method of 'conjugation' (still don't get it) were rather confusing. Perhaps touching upon too many concepts in such a small book was at times more confusing than helpful.

Likewise I noticed that the auth...more
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