Uno's Garden

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Harry N. Abrams, Sep 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
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Art + Arithmetic + Environmental Awareness=Graeme Base's latest masterpiece

From the creator of the international best-sellers Animalia, The Water Hole, and Jungle Drums

Once again, beloved author Graeme Base introduces readers to a new world. And again, he interweaves the story with hidden images and mathematical problems (and solutions!), creating a book that can be read over and over, and at different levels for different ages.

When Uno arrives in the forest one beautiful day, there are many fascinating and extraordinary animals there to greet him—and one entirely unexceptional Snortlepig. Uno loves the forest so much, he decides to live there. But, in time, a little village grows up around his house. Then a town, then a city . . . and soon Uno realizes that the animals and plants have begun to disappear.

Uno's Garden is a moving and timely tale about how we all unknowingly affect the environment around us, just by being there—and how we can always learn from our mistakes and find ways of doing things better. It's an illuminating blend of storybook, puzzle book, and math book. Art + Arithmetic + Environmental Awareness=Graeme Base's latest masterpiece

From the creator of the international best-sellers Animalia, The Water Hole, and Jungle Drums

Once again, beloved author Graeme Base introduces readers to a new world. And again, he interweaves the story with hidden images and mathematical problems (and solutions!), creating a book that can be read over and over, and at different levels for different ages.

When Uno arrives in the forest one beautiful day, there are many fascinating and extraordinary animals there to greet him—and one entirely unexceptional Snortlepig. Uno loves the forest so much, he decides to live there. But, in time, a little village grows up around his house. Then a town, then a city . . . and soon Uno realizes that the animals and plants have begun to disappear.

Uno's Garden is a moving and timely tale about how we all unknowingly affect the environment around us, just by being there—and how we can always learn from our mistakes and find ways of doing things better. It's an illuminating blend of storybook, puzzle book, and math book.

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Lovely illustrations. - Goodreads
You cannot help but smile at their names, and pictures. - Goodreads
The artwork is imaginative, bold and wonderful. - Goodreads
The illustrations are lush, colorful, full of life. - Goodreads
The ending foldout is a real treat. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Rose Dernoncourt - Goodreads

I loved this cute children's book! This author has been a favorite for ages. I am so drawn to children's books, even though I work at a high school library. YA books are good too, but there's just ... Read full review

Review: Uno's Garden

User Review  - Rose Dernoncourt - Goodreads

I loved this cute children's book! This author has been a favorite for ages. I am so drawn to children's books, even though I work at a high school library. YA books are good too, but there's just ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Graeme Base is the internationally acclaimed author of Animalia, The Eleventh Hour, The Sign of the Seahorse, and The Worst Band in the Universe.

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