Master storyteller Michael Foreman has created a timely and moving story of a child creating a garden of hope in the midst of poverty and war.
A boy’s world is in ruin and rubble, with a wire fence and soldiers separating him from the cool hills where his father used to take him as a small child. Can a tiny, green plant shoot give him hope in a bleak landscape?
Ages 5 - 8
Publisher: Walker Books LtdMichael Foreman's A Child's Garden, A Story of Hope is a powerful story of resilience in the face of difficult times. With beautiful illustrations, the book follows a young boy who uses a single green shoot of hope to create a garden of life in an otherwise desolate landscape of poverty and war. Offering a timeless message of hope, this inspiring work is a must-have for any 5+ reader.ISBN: 9781406325881
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 250 x 230 x 5 mm
"A wonderful celebration of optimism" Julia Eccleshare, lovereading.co.uk
"It's absolutely perfect. Please trust me that it's a book you'll want to read, and want to read with your children. It matters." thebookbag.co.uk