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The forever garden / Laurel Snyder & Samantha Cotterill.

By: Snyder, Laurel [author.].
Contributor(s): Cotterill, Samantha [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Schwartz & Wade Books, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Edition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780553512731; 0553512730; 9780553512748; 0553512749.Subject(s): Gardening -- Juvenile fiction | Neighbors -- Juvenile fiction | Community gardens -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Picture books.Other classification: JUV033020 | JUV050000 | JUV039060 Online resources: More Info | Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Each day, rain or shine, Honey works in her garden, and each day, the little girl who lives next door is right by Honey's side. She hangs on the fence in the mornings. She watches from her window when it's raining. And on nice nights, when Honey eats in her garden, the girl goes over for dessert. Here's a heartwarming picture book that shows how friendship-- just like a garden-- grows. But... what happens when one friend has to move away?Summary: Gardening is a metaphor for friendship in this story of a gardener named Honey and her friend Laurel, a neighbor’s child. The two friends spend time together enjoying Honey’s garden, where she grows fruit, vegetables, and flowers. When Honey needs to move away, Laurel worries that the garden can’t go on without her. Happily, the garden and the friendship continue to grow. (Miller Library Staff)
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Lending Books Children SB455 .S68 2017 (Browse shelf) Available
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Each day, rain or shine, Honey works in her garden, and each day, the little girl who lives next door is right by Honey's side. She hangs on the fence in the mornings. She watches from her window when it's raining. And on nice nights, when Honey eats in her garden, the girl goes over for dessert. Here's a heartwarming picture book that shows how friendship-- just like a garden-- grows. But... what happens when one friend has to move away?

Gardening is a metaphor for friendship in this story of a gardener named Honey and her friend Laurel, a neighbor’s child. The two friends spend time together enjoying Honey’s garden, where she grows fruit, vegetables, and flowers. When Honey needs to move away, Laurel worries that the garden can’t go on without her. Happily, the garden and the friendship continue to grow. (Miller Library Staff)

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