Illustrator: Peter Brown
In a city “without gardens or trees or greenery of any kind,” Liam’s curiosity leads him to explore an elevated train track. He discovers a few dying flowers and nurtures and cultivates them. “The flowers nearly drowned and he had a few pruning problems, but the plants patiently waited while Liam found better ways of gardening.”
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Little, Brown: The Curious Garden Educator Guide
Study: The Curious Garden Lesson Plan
NSW Government: Teaching Activities for The Curious Garden – How can we care for and improve our spaces and places?
Peter Brown Official Website
Take a look inside The Curious Garden
Books by Peter Brown
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