Alliterating nonfiction about flowers and their names.
Following Gordon’s sunflower field from seed to seed, you will meet the tools, animals, and people who enjoy the field along the way.
A year in the life of a sunflower, from seed to plant to flower and back to seed.
Mary Azarian’s woodblock carvings lead readers on an alphabet journey through the garden.
Alice’s grandfather made her promise to do something to make the world a more beautiful place. But young Alice isn’t sure yet what that will be.
Children and flowers both flourish when they are tended by someone who treats them with loving care.
It’s spring, and time to plant all the colors of the rainbow!
A boy plants a circle of sunflower seeds in the spring and up grows a sunflower house! All summer long he plays in it with his friends, until one day the leaves start to turn brown and the sunflowers droop. Is it the end of the sunflower house forever?
Sal’s father is always telling her to “think big,” and that’s not hard for her to do, considering that she’s taller than all the other women in her family. Being big has its advantages, but Sal is sad that she’s not good at fine work, like quilting. One summer, she thinks big and makes a giant quilt of her own out of sunflowers!