On the Other Side of the Garden

On the Other Side of the Garden

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Taken to live with her grandmother in the country, a young city girl finds a way to cope with the change brought about by her parents' separation when an owl, a frog, and a mouse take her on a nighttime tour of her extraordinary new world.
Publisher: Toronto ; Berkeley : Groundwood Books, House of Anansi Press, 2018.
ISBN: 9781554989836
1554989833
Call Number: BUITRAGO
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Subjects: Gardens -- Juvenile fiction.
Country life -- Juvenile fiction.
Change (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction.
Animals -- Juvenile fiction.
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction.

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GCPL_EarlyLit Feb 27, 2018

This book tells the story of a girl whose family and home looks a little different than it used to and how some friendly animals help her cope with the changes. It is told in an emotionally sensitive and subtle way as the girl transitions from night to day in her new home. Thoughtful illustration... Read More »


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GCPL_EarlyLit Feb 27, 2018

This book tells the story of a girl whose family and home looks a little different than it used to and how some friendly animals help her cope with the changes. It is told in an emotionally sensitive and subtle way as the girl transitions from night to day in her new home. Thoughtful illustrations really help convey the mood.

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