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Okay, I really liked this one It s a bit too advanced for a storytime setting, but those lush green illustrations were lovely, and I really liked the cute story A girl who is also a plant longs to see the world, and all the the things the birds have sung to her about Her dad, the gardener, tells her again and again that home is where they are supposed to stay But when he sees how much it means to her, he replants her in a pot, and they go on a long vacation to all the places she d dreamed about A sweet sentiment, and I loved that the Green Girl s dreams were heard while also respecting all the things they both love about home. This is a beautiful, 5 stars all around children s book about growing up, learning about the world, and knowing where your home is The artwork is lovely and fits the story so well It has a very enchanting vibe with lots of little details that make the book evenenjoyable to read I highly recommend this one @DOWNLOAD BOOK á The Little Green Girl À A Heartwarming And Wildly Imaginative Tale About Broadening Your Horizons, With A Wonderfully Unique Father Daughter Pair At The Root Of The StoryThe Little Green Girl Is No Ordinary Topiary She Dreams Of Visiting Far Off Places And Exploring The World Beyond Her Garden S Walls But For Her Gardener, Mr Aster, The Prospect Of Deviating From His Daily Routine Let Alone Leaving His Beloved Home Is Unimaginable Try As She Might, The Little Green Girl Can T Uproot Herself And Set Off On Her Own To Realize Her Dream, She Ll Have To Find A Way To Show Mr Aster That It S Possible To Carry A Bit Of Home With You Wherever You GoLushly Illustrated And Brimming With Charm, The Little Green Girl Is An Ode To Broadening Your Horizons And The Unexpected Rewards Of Experiencing The Unknown The Little Green Girl is the very sweet and imaginative story of a lovingly cared for topiary who wants to see the world outside of her garden This would pair well with Gorgeous, lively illustrations and a sweet story about letting those we love most be who they are and explore as they may. Mr Aster likes his normal routine He cares for his garden, keeping it neat and clean Then a new seed blows in on the wind He plants the seed in his greenhouse and takes good care of the plant that emerges Eventually, he moves the plant out into the garden The plant looks like a little girl, and at first she is content to be at the center of the garden, always watching Mr Aster as he works But then the birds arrive and tell her stories of the wide world Little Green Girl tries to move herself using vines and lifting her roots, but each day Mr Aster tucks her back into her bed in the garden and repairs any damage she has done Finally, Little Green Girl has an idea and makes sure that Mr Aster allows her to travel It may just be what Mr Aster needs too.Anchin has written a lovely, magical book that takes the idea of a plant and gives her plenty of personality The book looks at both the pleasures of home and also the delights of experiencing something new It also speaks to the power of a new friend and spreading your branches to include new experiences.The artwork is completely charming In particular, Little Green Girl, is a masterpiece of greenery She is firmly rooted to the ground but manages to have plenty of emotional expression through body language despite that Her readiness to travel could not beclear when she manages to re pot herself into a traveling form, sunglasses and all.A book that will expand your horizons and get you thinking of taking a trip Appropriate for ages 3 5. Fun story about putting yourself out there, being willing to have an adventure, and embracing change. I read The Little Green Girl to my niece and nephew and they loved it My niece exclaimed that she wanted to live in the garden and take it with her everywhere Lisa Anchin s story is richly illustrated and makes you want to dive right into the pages A wonderful picture book When she blows into Mr Aster s garden in the form of a tiny seed, the eponymous Little Green Girl is given a home, and carefully cultivated in the retiring gardener s greenhouse When she is ready, the topiary girl is transferred to the garden, where she at first is happy But when she learns of the wider world from the birds, she conceives of a wish to see the wonders of that world, trying everything she can to convince the reluctant Mr Aster to leave with her Eventually she has to uproot herself completely, and put herself in a handy traveling pot, in order to convince him to venture forth But when they finally do, the marvels they see are worth the effort, and even find their way back, in some fashion, to the gardenHaving enjoyed the artwork Lisa Anchin contributed to her two previous picture books Suzanne Lewis A Penguin Named Patience A Hurricane Katrina Rescue Story and Alyssa Satin Capucilli s I Will Love You I was curious to pick up The Little Green Girl, which is Anchin s debut as both author and illustrator I found it a lovely book, one which pairs a sweet, fairy tale like story about the tension between loving home and wanting to see the world, with beautiful artwork Anchin has definitely upped her game, as I found her visuals here beautiful, and immensely expressive Somehow, Little Green Girl feels fully realized, even though she doesn t have any facial features Mr Aster s dog is also quite well done, and I loved his looks of concern throughout, and his subtle little actions, in supporting his topiary sister, such as bringing her a trowel Recommended to any young child who dreams of seeing the world, and pulls a bit at the restrictions holding them back Also recommended to anyone who enjoys folk and fairy tales about unusual children of nature. I want to live in this book Beautiful and funny.