Perfect Petunias: The ‘perfect’ book for little perfectionists everywhere!
If you think about it, sometimes you might be like, “Why do I keep doing this, why do I keep scribbling? I’m trying to make a perfect A.” It just doesn’t work that way. Because if you can’t do it the way you want to do it, you should try to work up to it. That’s kind of what the moral of the story is. You should always try to do your best. I’ll give you another example: let’s just say you’re trying to build a TREE house and you keep making a DOLL house! You just have to keep trying to work up to it. You have to draw plans for it, or you can get help if you want. And you have to wait to grow the petunia right because it’s never going to be perfect, but you try your best. Like the book said, Loppy was trying to make sure it had enough space, it had enough water. That’s not how it works. You have to work up to it. Then after a while, maybe you will be great at it. I wish the pictures were more accurate, like actually looked like people. It kind of looks like Curly has a raindrop head; I like that! I like the picture where he was sitting on the swing because I like his long leg sticking out. It looked kind of cute. And I think girls and boys or some people who have trouble with their patience should read this book. Because it will teach you that you have to have patience and wait till you work up to it. I’ll give it five stars because it’s a good teaching book. Are you allowed to give it six stars? Because I would give it six stars!
|Author||Lynn Jenkins • Kirrili Lonergan, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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