This is a story of growing a garden. It is a really cute tale of how this family spends time together cultivating a garden and life with each other as they grow flowers and produce at home. It discusses some of the struggles along side the benefits of a garden at home. This is a great read for spring. The picture are so cute.
Perhaps this would be a good time to start a garden yourself as a family. Take time to learn how to care for your plants properly and then watch them grow. If you don’t have much room, there are container gardens you could try to get you started.
Take a trip to your local botanical gardens or farms if you don’t have the space or time to dedicate to your own. Visit a pick your own farm.
Don’t forget to do the crafts like drawing, painting, building with paper or clay some flowers.
Make a simple flower bracelet from pipe cleaners with your little ones.
There are endless possibilities to get you into the spring and gardening mood but most of all have fun and enjoy it with your family like they do in the book.
I would like to thank NetGalley for the review copy I received in exchange for an honest review.
I would love to hear what you have planned or what you did to go along with this book. Did you start your own plants or garden or visit one? Is this on your spring TBR? Let me know.
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