Rabbit Seeds

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Four Winds Press, Jan 1, 1984 - Children's stories, American. - 32 pages
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A gardener's work begins in spring when the sun warms up the earth and ends when leaves turn yellow in autumn.

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User Review  - emilyann93 - LibraryThing

This book is about a young gardener who plans, digs, tiles, rakes, sows, labels his products, waters the garden, weeds the dead plants, watches them grow over the period, and then finally harvests the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bethany1221 - LibraryThing

A rabbit plants seeds and tends to his crops. He patiently waits for his crops to surface. Once they are ripe he sells his fruits and vegetables. Winter arrives shortly after. The rabbit farmer puts all his farming tools away. The book illustrations look like pencil drawings (contour drawings). Read full review

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Le Tord has created many highly acclaimed children's books.

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