The brilliance with which the author engages the youngest of the readers combined with the wonderful illustrations in the book make this a fantastic read. The story had my child hooked right from the first page, with the awesome shopping list illustrations.
Sani is scared of all animals. When her mother brings a stray kitten home, Sani is petrified. She stays away from the kitten all the time, that whole day giving excuses and escaping from it. But the following night, a thunderstorm hits their place. The horrified kitten wants to go to Sani.
The story revolves around how a little girl, Zara, inspired by her old craft teacher from school, Miss Gappi, takes steps to revive a garden that has over the years been turned into a dump yard. Along the way, the reader is taken on an amazing journey of discovering recycling as well as looking after the environment, all of it woven together with an incredibly tender, heart touching story.
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