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Books with title Once There Was a Seed

  • Once There Was a Boy... Boxed Set

    Oliver Jeffers

    Hardcover (Philomel Books, Oct. 30, 2014)
    Perfect for gift-giving, a boxed set of three brilliant picture books by the illustrator of The Day the Crayons Quit, Oliver Jeffers Ten years ago, Oliver Jeffers' first picture book, How to Catch a Star, featured an unnamed boy in a red-and-white striped shirt who captured the hearts of kids the world over. That same boy went on to be featured in three additional books, including Lost and Found and The Way Back Home, both of which became kid favorites as well. Now these three delightfully quirky picture books are available together for the first time, as mini, unjacketed hardcover editions, enclosed within a gorgeously designed die-cut slipcase. The perfect gift for any holiday or special occasion, this gorgeous collection is a wonderful introduction to the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of The Day the Crayons Quit.
  • There Once Was a Witch

    Public Domain, R. W. Alley

    Board book (HarperFestival, Aug. 1, 2003)
    A delightful tale about a green-faced smiling witch who flies over a peaceful neighborhood on Halloween night creating havoc is accompanied by music and lyrics in the back of the book.
  • Once There Was a Seed

    Judith Anderson, Mike Gordon

    Paperback (B.E.S. Publishing, March 1, 2010)
    Nature's Miracles titles encourage children to explore the natural world for themselves by observing nature's activities. The books also encourage kids to take part in activities of their own that promote a sense of responsibility toward the Earth's plants, animals, and natural resources. Each book presents a cheerfully illustrated story about children who explore nature's wonders. Notes for parents and teachers that follow each story suggest activities, further reading, and Web sites related to the book's theme. Color illustrations on every page. The little girl in this story plants seeds with her grandfather, and then tends her new plant, giving it water and sunlight. Gradually it develops a stem, and then sprouts leaves and flowers, which are visited by insects that carry the flowers' pollen to create new plants.
  • Once There Was a Tree

    Natalia Romanova, Gennady Spirin

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 16, 1985)
    An old stump attracts many living creatures, even man, and when it is gone, a new tree attracts the same creatures, who need it for a variety of reasons.
  • Once There Was a Seed

    Judith Henegan

    Paperback (Hachette Children's Group, Sept. 1, 2011)
    The lifecycle of a seed seen through the eyes of a little girl and her green-fingered granddad.
  • Once There Was a Bull...

    Rick Walton, Greg Hally

    Paperback (Gibbs Smith Publisher, Aug. 30, 1995)
    9 X 10 In, 32 Pp, 28 Full-Color Illustrations, Ages 4 To 8 Once There Was A Bull. . . (Frog) Is An Endearing Story of A Frog Who Lost His Hop. He Looks For It Everywhere: Under A Toad. . . (Stool), Behind A Dog. . . (House) and Under A Hedge. . . (Hog), But It's Nowhere To Be Found. He Has A Cow. . . (Boy) Throw Him High In The Sky, But He Lands In A Field of Straw. . . (Berries). Thanks To A Diamond. . . (Back Rattlesnake) The Frog Regains His Hop. The Fast-Paced Story Is Just The Right Length For Two Year Olds, Yet Has Enough Humor and Clever Surprises For Eight Year Olds. But Those In Between Will Especially Delight In This Creative Tale. They'll "Jump" At The Chance To Trick Adults Who Aren't Wise To The Wordplay and Picture Surprises On Each Page.
  • Once There Was a Seed


    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Jan. 1, 2009)
    The lifecycle of a seed seen through the eyes of a little girl and her green-fingered granddad.
  • Where Once There Was a Wood

    Denise Fleming

    Paperback (Square Fish, April 1, 2000)
    A powerful poem and stunning, handmade-paper art encourage children to protect nature."Where once there was a wood, A meadow and a creek . . . "Inspired by events in her own backyard, award-winning author and illustrator Denise Fleming creates a poignant yet hopeful portrait of our disappearing natural environment. The last pages of the book teach children how to make a more "creature friendly" backyard, including information about what types of food, trees and flowers attract different kinds of animals. Where Once There Was a Wood also includes an informative bibliography for budding environmentalists, and suggests various projects that families can do together.
  • Once There Was a Mom

    Emily Watts, Destin Cox

    Hardcover (Deseret Book Company, April 3, 2017)
    ''Mom'' was the biggest word in her world. It made her want to dance, and it made her want to hide. And on some nights, when the house was dark and still and the moon peeked through the window, it made her wonder. For every mom who has ever wondered if all the little things she does in a day made a difference, Once There Was a Mom offers hope and encouragement. Take it from someone who, like you, has read story after story, sung lullaby after lullaby, and even taken the batteries out of the toys once in a while! The truth is, little things are much more important than we may think. With contemporary, stylized illustrations by artist Destin Cox, this charming gift book will bring a smile to the face of mothers of any age.
  • There Once Was A Puffin

    Florence Page Jacques, Shari Halpern

    Hardcover (NorthSouth Books, April 1, 2016)
    A seaside story to read with baby! Oh, there once was a Puffin, Just the shape of a muffin, And he lived on an island In the bright blue sea! The dear little Puffin is lonely on his island for he has no one to play with. In this beloved nonsense poem, children will rejoice when the muffin-shaped Puffin, who has a hat for almost every occasion, comes up with a simple—and simply delicious—solution to his problem.
  • Once There Was a Tree

    Natalia Romanova, Gennady Spirin

    Paperback (Puffin, Sept. 1, 1992)
    An old stump attracts many living creatures.
  • There Once was a Cloud

    Tina Falconi

    eBook (Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd, )