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The Imaginary Garden by Andrew Larsen
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Sep 17, 10

bookshelves: picture-books
Read in August, 2009

A young girl is disappointed with her grandfather’s new apartment because it doesn’t have a garden. The girl decides to have an imaginary garden she and her poppa can create together.

The Imaginary Garden is much more than a gorgeously illustrated picture book. It is the touching intergenerational story of a young girl and her grandfather. It’s also a lesson in adaptation, ingenuity and resourcefulness. Young Theo blossoms just as her flowers do on canvas. This is a lovely story meant to be shared.

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