Item description for Grow Grow Grow by Jaenet Guggenheim Barbara Riley...
This is a story about the determination of a sunflower to grow.
This delightful picture book is brilliantly illustrated by Jaenet Guggenheim using paper collage from her collection of at papers from around the world.
The text is a poem by poet Barbara Riley.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.24" Width: 7.22" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.73 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2002
Publisher Azro Press
ISBN 1929115083 ISBN13 9781929115082
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 25, 2017 11:54.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Grow Grow Grow?
colorful and engaging Feb 5, 2005
My children LOVE this book. The colorful collages really draw the eye in, and they work very well with the text. My older son received Grow Grow Grow as a gift when he was just over 2, and has been quoting it from day one-- "I have to GROW!!!" This book is wonderful for kids and adults alike.
Especially recommended for preschool through kindergarteners Dec 7, 2004
Grow Grow Grow is Jaenet Guggenheim's impressively paper collage illustrated presentation of an original poem by Barbara Riley. Through the seasons of a single year this story-poem follows a growing sunflower seed that meets the world of caterpillars, dogs, and weather with a compelling determination to grow. This artful and unique picturebook is especially recommended for preschool through kindergarteners and would make an ideal choice for bedtime bonding reading for parents and children.
Fabulous book! Feb 24, 2004
My 2 1/2 year old will make me read this book over and over. Each time we read it she notices something new in the illustrations. She loves the worms that squiggle around the seed as the sunflower grows.
Origional and Refreshing! Feb 5, 2003
I really enjoyed the illustration in this book. The color and presentation are wonderful. the poem is fun and easy to follow for the younger people.