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In Our Garden af Pat Zietlow Miller
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In Our Garden (udgave 2022)

af Pat Zietlow Miller (Forfatter)

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Students create a vegetable garden on their school's rooftop.
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Honestly, my biggest takeaway with this book was that I want a community garden (or at least a staff one) where I work. Wouldn't that be amazing??? ( )
  msgabbythelibrarian | Jun 11, 2023 |
Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.
  fernandie | Sep 15, 2022 |
A sweet book about being homesick and trying to make a new place feel like home. A great book for kids that have gone through a big move or for ones who have new friends that may be struggling to adapt to a new area.

4/5 Very sweet, cool illustrations. The story was touching and would be great to share with any child, especially those who are homesick. Home is in your heart and you can carry it with you wherever you may go with some effort and patience. ( )
  croquettica | Aug 15, 2022 |
Gray days spur a child to come up with a creative solution to ennui.

Millie realizes that a rooftop garden could be just what the school needs. Millie shares their idea with the other students, who are initially skeptical. The teacher finally agrees, though a rooftop garden will be a lot of work. With the help of the community, they build their garden, and wait…and wait…and wait for their seeds to sprout and for the brown soil to be filled with colorful vegetables. Once sprouted and grown, the produce comes in a deluge, and all of the children get to take home veggies in an assortment of colors. Reminiscent of Christian Robinson’s art, Crowton’s extraordinary illustrations are appropriate for a child audience; Millie, who just moved from “more than an ocean away” and has pale skin and dark hair, and the racially diverse students look as though they could break the fourth wall and start talking to the reader. The primary colors are bright and clear and can easily be seen from a distance during a read-aloud. Miller’s lyrical prose is breezy and engaging, emphasizing how important teamwork is when it comes to creating a successful garden and that the waiting period between planting and growing can feel excruciating. (This book was reviewed digitally.)

A nourishing delight. (Picture book. 4-7)
  CDJLibrary | Jul 27, 2022 |
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