Zinnia's Flower Garden by Monica Wellington

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Zinnia grows many kinds of flowers in her garden. Sunflowers, sweet peas, and (of course) zinnias bloom in the sunshine. Customers come to pick their own bunches of flowers. Bouquet-bright artwork shows all Zinnia's tasks, from planting the seeds to cutting the beautiful blooms. The perfect tie-in to elementary biology units about plant growth-and school gardens-this book will be especially welcomed by teachers. It is a splendid addition to Monica Wellington's nonfiction for the very young and a true spring delight that's good in any season.

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Monica Wellington was praised by Kirkus Reviews as "an artist whose talent is as sure as her design sense.
Published February 3, 2005 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Wellington chronicles each step in the planting process, from tilling the soil and sowing seeds to harvesting those seeds at the end of the season.

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