The Trellis and the Seed

The Trellis and the Seed

Book - 2003
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"The little seed spent the winter in a jelly glass on the top shelf of a chinacupboard. It was only a seed and very, very small. How could it ever be a vine with sweet-smelling blossoms? When spring came, the Nice Lady made a hole for the seed and planted it in her garden at the base of a trellis. It felt soft in the hole, but also cold and dark. Don't worry, said the Earth. God has planned something beautiful for you. The little seed did not believe it. But as time passed, and the sun shone, and the rain fell, the little seed began to feel something unexpected. . . ."--Publisher website.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2003.
ISBN: 9780670892891
Call Number: KARON
Characteristics: 32 p.
Subjects: Seeds -- Juvenile fiction.
Moonflower -- Juvenile fiction.
Flowers -- Juvenile fiction.
Growth -- Juvenile fiction.
Additional Contributors: Steele, Robert Gantt


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