4 edition of The little green thumb window garden [with seeds] found in the catalog.
The little green thumb window garden [with seeds]
Simple instructions for planting and caring for a variety of vegetables. Includes a packet of seeds.
Pages on one continuous strip folded accordion style: 29 x 183 cm. fold. to 29 x 24 cm.
|Other titles||Window garden.|
|Statement||story by Doug Morse ; pictures by Tom Cooke and Marc Brown.|
|Series||His A Storyfold treasure chest book|
|Contributions||Cooke, Tom, ill., Brown, Marc Tolon, ill.|
|LC Classifications||SB419 .M77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||75310010|
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