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The Carrot Seed From Beloved Children S Book Creators Ruth Krauss And Crockett Johnson Comes The Perennial Favorite The Carrot Seed, Now In A Board Book That S Perfect For Little HandsWhen A Little Boy Plants A Carrot Seed, Everyone Tells Him It Won T Grow But When You Are Very Young, There Are Some Things That You Just Know, And The Little Boy Knows That One Day A Carrot Will Come Up So He Waters His Seed, And Pulls The Weeds, And He WaitsThis Beautifully Simple Classic Teaches The Patience And Technique Of Planting A Seed And Helping It Grow First Published In And Never Out Of Print, The Timeless Combination Of Ruth Krauss S Simple Text And Crockett Johnson S Eloquent Illustrations Creates A Triumphant And Deeply Satisfying Story For Readers Of All AgesThe Sturdy Board Book Pages Make This Edition Of The Beloved Story Perfect For Babies And Toddlers

About the Author: Ruth Krauss

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Carrot Seed book, this is one of the most wanted Ruth Krauss author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “The Carrot Seed

  1. says:

    The plot of this one is, some kid tries to grow a carrot and everyone shits on him That ll never work, say his parents What a terrible plan, says his brother But the kid waters it and wait for it it grows Of course it grows, it s a fucking carrot Do you know how easy it is to grow a carrot It s like one step up from crab grass So the lesson here isn t so much Believ

  2. says:

    A simple lesson on growth both external and internal, and how faith can translate into action Remember this book from my childhoodhappy to come across it again.

  3. says:

    Although I have most definitely enjoyed the main and fundamental messages presented in Ruth Krauss classic picture book The Carrot Seed and that although The Carrot Seed was first published over sixty years ago, in 1945, the concept of the little boy, the diminutive gardener, sticking to his proverbial guns, believing that his planted carrot seed will one day indeed bec

  4. says:

    This book is deep It explores the complex nature of family and gardening technique The obvious question when reading this book is whether the bumps on the boy s head is his hair or just a lumpy head It s confusing because the lumps are the same color as his face I don t know if I m dealing with a boy or an alien The other begged question is his landscape for planting the

  5. says:

    When sharing this story with childrenIntroduce the author and illustrator Mention that Crockett Johnson also made the Harold and the Purple Crayon books and I wonder if the father in this story turn to page that pictures the father is Harold all grown up Stretch the story by miming the actions mentioned in the spare text Open one hand palm up and invite the children to do t

  6. says:

    Lamby 5 especially enjoyed this one.

  7. says:

    This book shows a lot of motivation and determination with this little boy trying to grow his own carrot He was able to prove his parents, and brother wrong by keeping his plant well fed and watered that soon it sprouted The Carrot Seed shows young children how to grow plants, how to feed them and to check on them daily for a good expected outcome This book is great for a scien

  8. says:

    The storyline about The Carrot Seed is about a young child who never gives up on his seed Everyone in his family tells him that the seed wont grow but that doesn t stop him He keeps making sure his seed is well taken care of One day the seed becomes a huge carrot The book is allowing the children to think about never giving up even if people don t support you The book gives hope

  9. says:

    The carrot seed was another learning experience for me as a parent It taught me not to criticize or tell my children that something cannot be done In the book the little boy plants a carrot seed and waits patiently for the carrot to grow In the book his whole family tells him that the carrot would not blossom but with perseverance, the carrot finally came up from the ground just as

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book because the little boy stuck true to his convictions and ended up being right The illustrations aren t super colorful, but the are very adorable Most books have families that are totally supportive of their kids, but not this book, which is okay The other characters were trying to be realistic, but the little boy was confident that a carrot would come up Th

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