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Seedfolks [With Headphones]

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 5,657 Ratings and 1,270 Reviews

Book Description
Sometimes, even in the middle of ugliness and neglect, a little bit of beauty will bloom. Award-winning writer Paul Fleischman dazzles us with this truth in Seedfolks--a slim novel that bursts with hope. Wasting not a single word, Fleischman unfolds a story of a blighted neighborhood transformed when a young girl plants a few lima beans in an abandoned lot. Slowly, one by one, neighbors are touche... More
Book Information
PublisherPlayaway
BindingPreloaded Digital Audio Player (23 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-101605149195
ISBN-13978-1605149196
Publication Date05/01/2008
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About Paul Fleischman (Author) : Paul Fleischman grew up in Santa Monica, California, hearing his father, Sid Fleischman, read his books aloud chapter by chapter, as they were written. Paul won the Newbery Medal for Joyful Noise: Poe... more
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1/26/2010 Stacey Geist said: A great book about unity despite diversity. Still gets me choked up when I read it. Written in vinettes in which you meet each character only once. Will remain one of my all-time favorites. My middle school reading students loved it, too.
tags: I recommend

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