The Magical Snow Garden

Publisher: Little Tiger

Review

Wellington Penguin would love to grow a garden, but his friends say it's impossible. Penguins don't grow things - they fish. They can't fly and they can't grow flowers in the cold snow.

But Wellington is determined. He discovers he can make a garden with sweet wrappers, buttons and pearly-white seashells. He creates a beautiful garden, and all his friends admire his work.

One night, a storm blows in and Wellington's garden is blown away. But he is not discouraged. He builds his garden again - this time with a wall to keep out the wind. The whole wide world comes to see his garden.

A vibrant picture book about how you never know what you can achieve until you try.

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