Round the Garden

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 1997 - Gardeners-Preschool - 25 pages
6 Reviews
Children will delight in this easy-to-read tale -- written by eight-year-old Omri Glaser and illustrated with vibrant, digitally created illustrations -- inspired by the cyclic movement of water through the earth and atmosphere.

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User Review  - Hayli Wrigley - Goodreads

This book would be a great read aloud book for small children. The pictures are really great. Also, it would be great to introduce the water cycle. I think it could also lead into a class project of a garden. Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Helene - Goodreads

I haven't actually kid-tested this book yet, but we did send it to our grandchildren of varied ages. It tells an essential story, it leaves room for side discussions, and, I hope, will jump start their own stories of what happens in a garden. Read full review


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Glaser has had an avid interest in the earth sciences and the environment his whole life. He is eight years old.

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