Plantable Seed Paper in Children's Book

Plantable Seed Paper in Children’s Book

We’ve seen a lot of cool and unique things done with our plantable paper in the past, but never before have we seen it in a children’s book! Who doesn’t love kids’ books? Colorful illustrations, cute story lines, and nothing beats the ones that educate children at the same time.

Let's Plant A Flower

Let’s Plant a Flower is a book by Canadian authors and illustrators Angela and Terry Lund. Their inspiration for creating this book was to teach children fundamental life skills, and encourage them to take care of their environment.

Let’s Plant a Flower features a butterfly-shaped piece of our seed paper. Kids will be inspired to think green when given the knowledge and opportunity to plant their own seeds, and watch them bloom into wildflowers. Take a peek!

To find out more about the author and illustrator, or order your own copy, visit the Learn and Do Books website.

Learn more about this special paper made by Botanical PaperWorks that uses post-consumer materials and is embedded with seeds so that it will grow when planted!


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