In this coloring and activity book, Lucy and Sam take young colorists outdoors to learn about growing their own flower garden. Cheerful pictures show everything from planting seeds to watering the growing flowers. Activity pages offer guidance on gathering tools and preparing the soil, as well as pro... read more
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In this coloring and activity book, Lucy and Sam take young colorists outdoors to learn about growing their own flower garden. Cheerful pictures show everything from planting seeds to watering the growing flowers. Activity pages offer guidance on gathering tools and preparing the soil, as well as providing information on the delightful variety of flowers. Plus, a selection of helpful hints offers simple suggestions for tending the garden.
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