Miguel's community garden
(Read Along)

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Hardy, Samara, illustrator.
Published
Solon, Ohio : Playaway Products, LLC, [2024].
Format
Read Along
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1 audio-enabled book (32 unnumbered pages) : digital, color illustrations ; 25 cm
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Choctaw Library - Easy
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Published
Solon, Ohio : Playaway Products, LLC, [2024].
Language
English

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Wonderbooks audio-enabled book.
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Read along.
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Issued as a Wonderbook, a pre-loaded audiobook player permanently attached to a hardcover book.
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Powered by a rechargeable battery; USB charger required for recharging.
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Audiobook player has 2 modes. Read-Along mode narrates the story. Learning mode asks questions related to the story.
Description
Miguel is throwing a party at his community garden for all of his friends, and he needs help searching for sunflowers to complete the celebration. What do we know about sunflowers? They're tall with petals and leaves--and, hold on, is that a sunflower? No, that's an artichoke. Where, oh, where could those sunflowers be? Can you help Miguel find them in time for his party? The second title in the Where in the Garden? picture book series stars a young Latino boy who visits his community garden with his two dads to explore the fruits and vegetables growing there. Playful text guides young readers to hunt for visual clues and compare and contrast the unique characteristics of sunflowers against apricots, spinach, mushrooms, and other produce that grows in Miguel's community garden. Artist Samara Hardy brings this multi-layered story to life with vivid, cheerful illustrations created from layers of hand painted ink and watercolor texture. Back matter includes a refreshing sunflower seed salad recipe for little chefs and their adult helpers to try together.

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