by Elizabeth Honey Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience
Beautiful Read!   (2013-02-17)
My son and I enjoyed this book immensely:
First the painting (pastel?) are impeccable, engaging, and simply nice to look at.
Second, the story is well told with many themes hidden behind a ‘simple’ line:
Diversity: the Turkish elderly man and the young boy (Tom).
Imagination and creativity: The young boy plays with the daffodil being something else than a daffodil.
Friendship: over this short book (in text) kindness and friendship are shown and developed.
Overall a feel good book, enjoyable, agreeable to look at and to read, both for dad and son (5 y.o.).
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