Cover image for The extraordinary gardener / Sam Boughton.
Title:
The extraordinary gardener / Sam Boughton.
ISBN:
9781849766043
Publication Information:
London : Tate Publishing, 2018.

©2018
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm.
General Note:
Some pages fold out.
Abstract:
Joe lives in a very grey world. Nothing special ever happens to him, but he does have a wild and wondrous imagination. Then, one day, Joe has the seed of an idea that will take his world from ordinary to extraordinary!-- Publisher's description.
Audience/Reading Level:
For preschool age.
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Summary

Summary

Joe is a boy just like any other, but with a bigger imagination. Joe lives in an ordinary apartment building in a rather ordinary city. His world is rather gray. But he spends his time imagining a wonderful, colorful world filled with exotic plants and unusual animals. One day, Joe decides to plant a seed on his balcony. He waits and waits, but nothing happens! Joe gives up and returns to his daily life, but when he least expects it, he sees that the seed has taken root and turned into the most beautiful tree.


Author Notes

Sam Boughton is an illustrator living in Devon, England. She trained at the Cambridge School of Art. The Extraordinary Gardener is her first picture book.