Linnea in Monet's Garden
25th Anniversary Edition
Linnea has been in Paris. And she has visited the painter Claude Monet's garden! She even stood on the same little Japanese bridge that Monet painted so often in his pictures. In Paris, Linnea got to see many of the real paintings.
Now she can understand what it means to be called an Impressionist, and she knows a lot about Monet's life in the pink house where he lived with his eight children.
Twenty-five years after its original publication, this celebration of the wonder of art is available once again in an enlarged keepsake edition. The joy and inspiration Linnea discovers in Monet's garden will be eagerly embraced by a new generation of readers.
"Original and charming."—New Yorker
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Review: Linnea in Monet's GardenUser Review - Mili Fay - Goodreads
"Linnea in Monet's Garden" by Christina Bjõrk, illustrated by Lena Anderson (1985) Translation by Joan Sandin (1987) Rabén & Sjögren Publishing, Stockholm, Sweeden This book is about a little girl's ... Read full review
Review: Linnea in Monet's GardenUser Review - Ashlea - Goodreads
This book was difficult for me to read because I had a hard time crossing over from the fiction to non-fiction parts. This is a story of a little girl who loves flowers and gardening and becomes good ... Read full review