Fluffy Grows a Garden
When Fluffy guards the class garden, he learns how helpful bees, worms, and ladybugs are--but where are the carrots?
Ms. Day's class is planting a garden and Fluffy is happy that Emma and Jasmine are planting carrots and peas. Fluffy's job is to guard the garden, and he takes it very seriously. So when some bees fly by, he tells them to buzz off! Then the bees tell him how they help his garden, and Fluffy lets them stay. He then meets ladybugs and worms, also beneficial to his garden. But when he finds slugs, Fluffy sends them packing--they're not good for any garden. Soon, harvest time comes, and Fluffy and Ms. Day's class enjoy a veggie feast!
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Review: Fluffy Grows A Garden (level 3)User Review - Goodreads
I'm not sure if my 4-year-old liked this or if it might have been a little too old for him. It was a good book to teach and talk about the different roles that bees, ladybugs, worms, and slugs play in helping a garden grow. Read full review