Holly Blooms Garden
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Why does this sound like my gardening at times? Finally, Holly goes to bed and when everyone thinks she is asleep, she sneaks into her dad's art studio and makes all sorts of paper flowers that fill up the entire room. Children will enjoy the surprise of Holly finding a way to "grow" her own flowers. The art by Lori Mitchell is healing and calming.
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She uses just the right colors to set a mood for each page. The illustrations were created using black Prismacolor pencil and acrylic paint on Arches hotpress watercolor paper. The result is vibrant art with a realistic feel. Holly Bloom wishes to do something as well as her mom and older siblings can.
What does Holly want? To grow her own garden. Alas, her family's flowers flourish, but Holly's seedlings simply won't grow. Not willing to give up, Holly keeps trying--until she finally figures out how to have a perfect garden of her own.
Gentle illustrations in colored pencil and acrylic paint evoke Holly's struggle and celebrate her unique solution. Young readers facing a difficult goal will be encouraged to think outside the box, just like Holly Bloom. I am a volunteer reader at a public elementary school in a largely latino section of Los Angeles.
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This week I read "Holly Bloom's Garden" to ten second and third grade classes with the gratifying results that keep volunteers energized. The students enjoyed the delightful story as Holly created a garden of beautiful paper flowers. They enthused over the brilliant illustrations and told me that Holly's facial expressions and body positions, as when she struggles with the heavy watering can, made the story more interesting.
The teachers were pleased with the rapt attention and the stream of comments and questions about the book. I am certain that children at school and home will enjoy and benefit from this beautiful book. One person found this helpful. This is a wonderful story about finding ways to be q part of something even though you don't "appear" to have the talent.
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Holly finds a wonderful way to express her ability to "grow" flowers. The drawings in this book are absolutely beautiful and the attention to detail is amazing. Anyone who loves flowers or gardening, both young and old, will love this book! See all 12 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published on June 18, Published on May 27, A Kid's Review 5.
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For some reason though poor Holly cannot seem to make anything grow in her plot. Flowers she plants soon wilt, droop, and give up. It is a very frustrating and distressing situation for the girl but she doesn't give up. Holly tires all sorts of things to try to make her flowers flourish, including painting her thumb green. She fertilizes, waters, tries using the "right tools", plants and plants some more. All to no avail. Then Holly has a burst of inspiration and she sets about creating a garden that is all her own, the kind of the garden that is suited to Holly Bloom.