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What Grows in My Garden: Tomatoes Grow on the Vine

Series: QED Readers
By: Anne Rooney(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
Publisher: QED Publishing
What Grows in My Garden: Tomatoes Grow on the Vine
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Why are carrots good for you? When is it time to pick carrots? "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" Yes! This healthy series from QED teaches young readers the benefits of eating fruit and vegetables, and advises how to grow your own. Dig out your gardening tools and start growing those vegetables. This series can tell you all about the goodness found in fresh fruit and vegetables.

Lettuce, carrots, tomatoes and apples are all described from their time as seedlings to blossoming into the fruits and vegetables we love to eat. These books will help young readers learn about healthy eating while encouraging reading skills. The straightforward sentence structure allows a wide range of reading abilities to join in the fun.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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Biography

Anne Rooney gained a degree and then a PhD in medieval literature from Trinity College, Cambridge. After a period of teaching medieval English and French literature at the universities of Cambridge and York, she left to pursue a career as a freelance writer. She has written many books for adults and children on a variety of subjects, including literature and history. She lives in Cambridge and is Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Essex.

Series: QED Readers
By: Anne Rooney(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
Publisher: QED Publishing
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