An ecological story for 3 to 8 year olds.of Morecambe Bay through the eyes of a child and her grandmother, walking together on the sea bed at low tide.
A fable by Sue Gill about an isolated limestone rock on the west shore of Morecambe Bay. Illustrated with woodcuts by John Fox. 26 pp, 10.5cm x 15cm.
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With 14 full colour illustrations it is an imaginative and ecological story about plants and flowers through the escapades of a girl and her grandfather's grass roof.
The true names of the plants in this magical story, set on the shoreline of a Cumbrian peninsula, are included plus facts about the local environment – shrimp and cockle fishing, tides and treacherous sandflats out in the bay.
'a very sweet little book with a lot of charm'...... Stephen Lennon ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
' It's very jolly - a lovely way to encourage interest in wildflowers with children ' Tiffany Daneff, Gardening Editor SAGA magazine