Author: Cristina Bjork, Lena Anderson (Illustrator)
Translator: Seok-hee Kim
Hardcover | 61 pages | 251*182mm
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|>>>This book is written in Korean only.
About This Book
The heroine of Linnea in Monet's Garden returns with her own perspective on
plantings, and offers an accessible guide to growing greens in small places.
From an orange tree that started as a seed to garlic sprouts (from cloves placed
in soil) to a silly game with plum pits and a suggestion for dyeing half a rose,
Linnea has hints, step-by-step instructions and an occasional lesson in natural
science offered by her friend Mr. Bloom. For all her enthusiasm, Linnea is wise
enough to have realistic expectationsflowers don't always bloom by the book, and
every now and then there may be setbacks. But her zeal is infectious; readers
will be looking around the house for seeds they can press into soil or coax into
germination. Anderson's two-color illustrations explicate the projects cleanly
and clearly, giving gardeners an excellent idea of when to look for shoots and
when to run for the insecticide.
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