Sunflowers Don’t Grow In Winter
Sunflowers Don’t Grow in Winter is a true story of hope, determination, and a little boy’s love of sunflowers.
Ziggy decides to plant sunflowers in autumn, but everyone knows sunflowers don’t grow in winter. Or do they?
Search and Find – on each spread, children will need to find the three B’s – a bee, a butterfly and a bird.
At the back of the book, learn how to grow your own sunflowers and how our thoughts are like seeds.
- Measures 22.5cm x 21cm
- 32 pages of full colour
- Recommended age: 4 – 10 years
- Written by Emily Holdaway from the wildly popular New Zealand blog, Raising Ziggy.
- Illustrated by Craig Phillip – international multi-award-winning illustrator.
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