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Errol's Garden (Bilingual ed) *NEW*
Errol's Garden (Bilingual ed) *NEW*
By Gillian Hibbs
Available to Resellers
Age from 3 to 7
Culture: Multicultural
Format: Paperback

Errol loves gardening, but he doesn’t have a garden and is fast running out of space to grow any more plants in his family’s flat. Then he comes up with a very creative solution, thanks to the discovery of a disused area at the top of his apartment block.

After a bit of research and consultation, he sets out to transform the grey and neglected space into a magical celebration of flowers, plants and vegetables. And along the way, Errol also brings together the entire community.

This is a simple but hugely engaging book with universal appeal. Its heartwarming messages are delivered through vibrant and highly appealing artwork. This is also a rare book in its ability to reflect so very many aspects of our diverse society equally, casually and convincingly. Errol himself is from a BAME (Black, Asian, and minority ethnic) background and wears glasses. Meanwhile, a child with an eye patch, a wheelchair user and different family structures are also included without comment.

Simply a delight, from beginning to end.


NEW BILINGUAL PICTURE BOOK from MANTRA LINGUA - Due March/April 2020*

Coming in 34 languages*

 

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Price: $32.95
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 15 November, 2019.
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