"Other seeds make journeys that are more plausible in tales like Eric Carle's Tiny Seed (1987); for readers about to leave the nest and contemplating the possibilities in their own immediate futures, this is unlikely to be one of the Places They'll Go. (Picture book. 6-8)"
Language and metaphor equally strained, this overwrought tale of a seed's roundabout journey to a "beautiful home and miraculous life" not far from its mother is likely to seem more silly than inspiring to its intended audience, while just leaving younger readers confused.
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