The Seed by I. Pin

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One day a seed drops from the sky and lands right on the border between two territories. The tribes on both sides of the border immediately claim it. "This means war!" their leaders declare. Both sides prepare for battle with great inventiveness, creating huge arsenals of deadly weapons, and drawing up complicated plans of attack. But ironically, in the midst of all these preparations, the seed itself is quietly providing the simple solution that the tribes, in their haste, have overlooked.

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Published February 1, 2001 by NorthSouth. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The insects—odd, angular creatures which appear to be part beetle, part cockroach—bristle with anticipation, hoarding their maps and contraptions, and the artist forms a Dali-esque backdrop from a mottled scrim of color harmonies that bounce from the lurid (flame reds, oranges and yellows) to the...

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