Cabbages and Kings by Elizabeth Seabrook

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A special friendship begins in Farmer Green's garden when a young asparagus stalk strikes up a conversation with his neighbor, a cabbage, and the two vegetables discover that they have much in common."

About Elizabeth Seabrook

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Published June 1, 1997 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Seabrook's first book involves a pair of anthropormorphized garden vegetables--Albert the asparagus and Herman the cabbage- -who overcome their obvious differences and forge an alliance against the dangers of their surroundings.

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Wyeth's artwork glows with earthy hues, from the rich brown of the fertile soil to the vivid red of rhubarb stalks, and he fashions a ""vegetable's-eye"" perspective, with upward-looming vistas set against a variety of backdrops.

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