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Little Wanderers by  Margaret Warner Morley

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Little Wanderers
by Margaret Warner Morley
Engaging account of why seeds travel and how they do it. Learn how some seeds fly, others float, and still others are shot away. Then find out two ways in which animals play a role in seed dispersal. Numerous black and white illustrations complement the text.  Ages 8-11
104 pages $8.95   

Table of Contents

Front Matter


Why Plants Travel
Dandelions
Thistles
Milkweeds
Lettuce
Clematis
Asters and Golden-Rod
The Willow
Cattails
Geraniums
Cotton
Other Fly-Aways
Maples
Elms
Ash Trees
Pines
Seeds That Fly without Wings or Plumes
Other Seeds That Are Moved by the Wind
Tumbleweeds
Burdocks
Cockleburs and Sand Spurs
Tick Trefoil
Stick-Tights
Agrimony and Other Weeds
Flax
Mistletoe
Other Plants with Sticky Seeds or Seed Pods
Wanderers That Float
The Hickory
Walnuts and Butternuts
The Chestnut
Other Edible Seeds
Berries
Cherries
Apples
Oxalis
Witch-Hazel
Touch-Me-Not

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