Beginners Nonfiction books are a series for children beginning to read on their own with easy-to-read text that answers questions about animals and life!

“How do flowers grow in dry deserts? How do animals help to spread seeds? Which flower smells like rotting meat? In this book you’ll find the answers and lots more about how flowers grow. How flowers grow is part of an exciting new series of books for children who are beginning to read on their own. The easy-to-read text has been specially written with the help of a reading expert.” – This book is part of the Usborne Beginners nonfiction series!

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Beginners Nonfiction

Usborne Beginners Nonfiction

How Flowers Grow Beginners Nonfiction

About How Flowers Grow
Beginners Nonfiction Books

Price: $4.99buy-now-logo-220
Age: 6 years and up
Size: 5 7/8 x 9
Pages: 32
AR: 3.6
Series: Beginners Nonfiction
By: Usborne Books & More

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Beginners Box Set Customer Review:

“My 6 year old loves these Beginners! They’re great hardback books, with lots of color and language that would be perfect for any 4 year old and up. I’m a big fan of the collection because you get a book free with the boxed set price. That scores an A+ in my book!”

Other Beginners Nonfiction Books in the Series include:
  • Farm Animals
  • Weather
  • Volcanoes
  • Under the Sea
  • Living in Space
  • Horses and Ponies
  • Your Body
  • Cats
  • …and many more!

Beginners Nonfiction Books Consultant Review:

We are big fans of all the Beginners nonfiction series books! They are hardcover books at an amazing price, and the covers help keep the books looking like new for a long time! The series easily engages children in a topic they already have a budding interest in by helping them to think about the topic, learn more, and ask new questions.

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In How Flowers Grow, we learned all about the plant process, it’s an easy lead in to start a garden or try growing a bean sprout or flower seed from home as an easy science experiment to compliment what you read about.