This new book from Sara Levine features a cantankerous talking cactus as a narrator, revealing to readers the significance of different colors of flowers in terms of which pollinators (bees, bats, birds, etc.) different colors "talk" to. A fun nonfiction presentation of science info that may be new to many kids--and adults!
What Others Are Saying…
"I loved this! We loved this! You'll love this (at least I hope you will)! Flower Talk was funny, witty, and educational. The narrator is the purple cactus you see on the cover, and the kiddos and I enjoyed its grumpy, straightforward attitude. I laughed! We laughed! You'll laugh (at least I hope you will)!"
“A good companion volume for Rebecca Hirsch’s Plants Can’t Keep Still (2016), this cleverly written and informative picture book is a lively choice for reading aloud."
"Levine offers accessible insights into plant life and the mutualism between plants and animals"
- Publishers Weekly
"Consider this a strong choice for most nonfiction shelves."
- School Library Journal
Junior Library Guild Selection