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When two little girls are given a sunflower seed, they argue and the little plant grows very badly. "That sunflower is not happy," says the teacher. So the children decide to make an angel to help the plant grow. A friendship develops between the two girls and, as they learn to like each other, the little plant grows bigger and bigger...
About the Author
Lesley Ely is an experienced headteacher who has taught autistic children in mainstream schools. She lives in Northamptonshire. Her books for Frances Lincoln are Measuring Angels and Looking After Louis. Polly Dunbar was born in Stratford upon Avon. Daughter of children's author Joyce Dunbar, Polly first started illustrating when she was 16 and has a degree in Illustration at the University of Brighton. Polly's books for Frances Lincoln are Down the Back of the Chair, Measuring Angels, Looking After Louis and Bubble Trouble. She lives in Brighton, Sussex.
With strong childish, and narrated by the chhild, this is just the book for a youngster who might have difficulties fitting in during the early days of school. || What a sunny, uplifting book. || Reading this book made my eyes tingle with tears. There are many angels in the story: the one the children make to help the ailing sunflower grow; Gabriel with his fascination for angels; the perceptive teacher who knows how to help two girls mend their relationship. The hurt of our narrator, picked on at school, is powerful. But she finds her way through the help of the angels. Beautifully illustrated, with much conveyed through simple but effective facial expressions.
For Ages: 5 - 8 years old
For Grades: K - 3
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 6th January 2011
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.4 x 0.3
Weight (kg): 0.17