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In the Vegetable Garden

My Nature Sticker Activity Book

Olivia Cosneau

$ 7.99

     8.7 × 11.8 in (22.1 × 30.0 cm)
Paperback
24 pages
18/102 stickers color illustrations
Publication date: 3/7/2017
Rights: NA, SA, Japan
ISBN: 9781616895716


What's more fun or magical than digging in the dirt, planting and watering seeds, discovering the first seedlings of the season, and finally eating your own fruits and vegetables? Lovingly illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, this book is a colorful introduction to the magical world of the garden, including a range of fun activities, removable stickers, and a quiz. In the process, fledgling gardeners ages five and up learn about the different types of vegetables and fruits they can grow, how to care for them, what tools they need, and many other interesting facts.


Olivia Cosneau is an illustrator who lives in France. She obtained her diploma in Fine Arts at the University of Nantes in 1996 and has two children. She has illustrated several children's books, including the Adopt Me series.


Editorial Reviews

Red Tricycle :

"Peak your little one's interest in where food comes from with this veggie-based book. The colorful stickers are beautifully illustrated, and there's plenty of room for scribbles and drawings."

The New York Times Book Review :

"These are the rare activity books that can hold their own on the quirky, information-packed writing and exquisite artwork (reminiscent of midcentury American illustrator Charley Harper). Once the kids have absorbed a few facts, they'll be ready to go crazy with the irresistible glossy stickers (100 or so in each book) and their attendant sticker projects."


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