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Daisylocks is an adventurous plant and Wind is a helpful character. Daisylocks is looking for a home that will be right for her. “Maybe there was a better place where Daisylocks could live and thrive, so she asked the Wind to help her.” She tries the desert but that is hot and dry. The Wind takes her to a place with snow but that is too cold. The wetland area is too soft. My favorite part was when Daisylocks says, “I’ve been to places that are too hot, too cold, too hard, too soft, too crowded, and too sandy.” Where does Daisylocks get planted? If you read this book you will find out the answer. The illustrations are paintings that look like real animals and real plants. I was surprised in this book when Wind whooshed Daisylocks. There are only two characters but that is enough for this story. This book is special because there are facts in the back of the book about basic needs of plants, habitats, and plant parts. This story makes me think of the Goldilocks fairy tale.

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Author Marianne Berkes, Cathy Morrison, Illustrator
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Sylvan Dell Publishing
Publish Date 2/10/2014
ISBN 9781628552157
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Issue May 2014
Category Children's


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