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Miss Emma's Wild Garden

by Anna Grossnickle Hines

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Miss Emma and Chloe are in Miss Emma's garden. Chloe keeps asking Ms. Emma what is in her garden. Miss Emma has lots of bugs and animals in her wild crazy garden. This fun and colorful book will surely capture young readers' attention. It is also a very easy book for beginning readers who are just learning to read. I would read this story to a class who were discussing plants or who showed interest in gardening. ( )
  jpons | Aug 28, 2014 |
Miss Emma's Wild Garden is a book that teaches a little bit about what can be found in a garden. ( )
  abarnes012892 | Nov 21, 2012 |
Miss Emma has a wild garden but the animals are not the only wild thing in her garden. The "Best wild creature" in her garden is Chloe! A very toughing story for children. ( )
  sammarocco | Nov 15, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688146929, Hardcover)

Come see how things are growing

Chloe's friend Miss Emma has a garden that grows any crazy way it wants. In it are dandelions, shooting stars, and wild blue phlox. There are wild creatures, too: deer that eat the flower buds and rabbits that nibble the ginger. But there is one more wild creature in Miss Emma's garden. And young readers will have fun guessing what it is in this enchanted garden of a picture book.

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A young girl asks about all the wild creatures that can be found in her older friend's garden, from rabbits and woodchucks to butterflies and bees--and one very exuberant child.

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