That's Not a Daffodil! by Elizabeth Honey
  

Synopsis

That's Not a Daffodil! by Elizabeth Honey

HONOUR BOOK: CBCA Book of the Year, Early Childhood, 2012..When Tom's neighbour gives him a brown bulb, Tom can't believe it will flower. 'That's not a daffodil!' says Tom. 'Well,' says the old gardener. 'Let's plant it and see.'..Elizabeth Honey has created a playful story that little children will enjoy again and again - about an inventive boy, a kindly gardener, a growing friendship and the promise of a bulb...

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[A] playful picture book with pastel hues, soft edges, and appealing textures. School Library Journal, online

About the Author

Elizabeth Honey is a popular, award-winning author of poetry, picture books and novels. She grew up on a farm and left the country to study art. After many years illustrating other people's stories she began to write and illustrate her own. Her books are published in many countries around the world...Elizabeth's picture books include Not a Nibble!, a CBC Picture Book of the Year, Princess Beatrice and the Rotten Robber, The Cherry Dress, and The Moon in the Man, a CBC Notable Book. She has written poetry books and novels, including Honey Sandwich, and 45 + 47 Stella Street and everything that happened.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Elizabeth Honey
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

1st May 2011

ISBN

9781742372488


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