I loved Celia when I saw her in the book. She lives in a town where she listens to people’s problems that bother them and keep them unhappy. Every week on Sunday she collects all problems as bean and then off she goes for her journey. She converts those problems in beautiful flowers, and balloons and all those things make people even happier. There is one boy who loses his seed on the way to Celia and then Celia finds the seed and they together saw that seed and wait for it to grow so the boy could be happy again. And while waiting they spend fun times together and become friends. Finally after a long wait they see a flower on his plant and they are happy at last. You defiantly have to work hard and wait for the flowers to bloom if you want to be happy. When I was reading story somehow I felt sadder then becoming happy so even though I like Celia I don’t like to read this book again and again. But defiantly I wish I could convert all problems into beautiful flowers or starts or splash of colors.
|Author||Christelle Vallat, Stephanie Augusseau, illustrator|
|Page Count||36 pages|
|Publisher||Peter Pauper Press|
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