Book review: In The Garden by Emma Giuliani

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In the Garden is an absolutely fantastic book and I am so excited to be sharing it here on my blog.

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When I first started teaching I loved seeing the classic picture books in a larger book format and this book reminds me of that joy. Measuring at 16 inches tall this book will stand out on many a bookshelf and is one that many readers will enjoy poring over.

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Plum and her brother Robin are budding gardeners showing readers how their garden transforms season to season. As well as sharing lots of information and tips, the book is interactive through its use of flaps and hidden treasures. Readers can discover peas inside a pea pod, take a closer look at what’s inside a bud, see what tools are kept inside the siblings shed and more.

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The book discusses each season well, sharing how you can identify that season and then immerses readers into a world of nature happiness.

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This book would be a great resource for a learning setting presenting lots of information in a fun and interactive way.

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publishers. All words and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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