April thinks if her town was a colour, it would be grey. Everyone is too busy to stop and look around. How can she help them slow down?
When she remembers the happiness that dandelions brought her grandmother, April comes up with a plan ...
Bursting with colour, this is a sweet story about flowers, family and the wonders children wish for.
‘While there are many picture books focusing on the environment, this one that brings it right back to the child and their own back yard is a charmer and offers much scope for change.’ The Bottom Shelf
‘An uplifting picture book that gloriously illustrates the joys, beauty and serenity to be experienced, when one takes the time to slow down and appreciate the ever-present wonders in their environment.’ Reading Opens Doors
‘Beautifully coloured, this picture book will become an instant favourite for many young readers. The Korean main character is a wonderful opportunity for readers of Asian heritage to see themselves in a book.’ CBCA Victoria
‘The themes of wishes, and wonder, and patiently working to create delight are subtle and sweet... Tiny Wonders is a charming book that will be enjoyed by young readers from 4 to 6 years.’ Reading Time
‘The delicate watercolour illustrations with their cleverly varied layouts complement this gentle story about keeping memories alive, making wishes come true and achieving your dreams through determination and patience.’ The Canberra Times
‘This is a story that may very well encourage children to look more closely at nature but it is also a salutary reminder for adults with its message of hopefulness, cheer and remembering the values of past generations.’ Living Arts Canberra