A lyrical, stunningly illustrated book about love, loss, and the healing power of nature
My nana’s garden is tangled with weeds. "Wildflowers,” says Nana, “food for the bees."
A little girl visits her grandmother in summer and winter, and together they explore the wonders of her garden. Until, one day, Nana isn't there anymore. But as winter gives way to spring, the girl learns that life goes on, and so does the memory of those we love. This book celebrates the wonders and joys of gardening, and is ultimately an upbeat tribute to the importance of family and connection.
40 pages. Hardcover.