There's A Barnyard in My Bedroom

There's A Barnyard in My Bedroom

Book - 2008
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From their sheets and pillows to their books, fruit, and furniture, nearly everything in Jamie's and Megan's lives has come from nature. Learning to truly understand what surrounds them, they discover that the air they breathe includes water and life-giving gases and that the seeds they find will grow into vegetables. Color illustrations make this simple, stirring story come to life, and the activities and glossaries included for further enrichment help to educate as the story entertains.
Publisher: Vancouver : Greystone, c2008
ISBN: 9781553653295
Branch Call Number: p508 SUZ
Characteristics: 58 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm


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forbesrachel Aug 21, 2012

Teaches a lot about nature and our dependency on it....not much of a story though; it's more like a non-fiction book.

RockTheBooks Oct 31, 2011

I adore David Suzuki and his good intentions, but few children would be able to sit through reading this unnecessarily long book. A great tool for teaching kids about enivironmental issues and where household items come from; however, most children reading picture books are not going to understand that the wood in the coffee table comes from the Amazon, and to be honest, past page ten, I don't think they'll care.

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