Grow Your Own Monsters
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Grow Your Own Monsters

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Everyone has a sneaking fascination for weird plants that don't behave like ordinary plants. This fascinating book shows how to grow some of them and see for yourself what they do. From cucumbers that shoot seeds and cabbages that grow into walking sticks, to venus fly traps that eat insects and giant echiums that look like alien spaceships, these are plants that will amaz...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books
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Mrs.
Clever! One of those books that busy 9-year-olds would just eat up.
Walt
Feb 25, 2012 Walt rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Cute; but difficult to obtain some of the plants. The carnivorous plants seem to be very tough to grow. Still, an interesting selection.
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Isn't that a great title?
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