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by Paul Fleischman

Seedfolks: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Why is time so important for gardening? -> Seasonal temperatures can be deadly
2. What types of family relationships do we find in Seedfolks? -> Grandmothers and granddaughters
3. Which character tries really hard never to make assumptions based on race? -> Curtis
4. What do the flower seeds make Mr. Myles remember? -> His childhood backyard
5. How do the characters overcome language barriers? -> Both of the above