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I was looking for a book that dealt with the origins of things.. like milk comes from cows and seeds grow into trees. This book does not really meet that goal and definitely not as well as other books. Instead this book is far more profound. For example, does a book remember it once was a word? At first, that statement seems a bit weird, but then if you think about it for a second... yeah a book really starts off as one word and grows word by word until its an entire book. Think about all the effort, planning, time, and editing it took to complete that book and sell it to customers... even a book is a profound and special thing... so when a kid writes a report, do they reflect back on all they did to reach the end and are they proud of the hard work they just did? I think the line could have been worded differently instead of personifying the book - but I guess the author wanted a repetitiveness in the question throughout. I strongly suggest this book be used to have in depth discussions... because just reading through quickly will not give a child much learning and they may not even understand it.
Overall, this book is not just about the profoundness that a giant tree came from a tiny seed.... but also for other profound things we overlook like books, chairs, and feathers.