Poppy, Buttercup, Bluebell & Dandy Random House Inc
An enthusiastic flower fairy rallies her firneds in a grass-roots effort to spread flower-power throuh a bleak city.
A group of beautiful and feisty young wildflowers on skateboards and scooters zoom through the pages of this stunning book, spreading flower seeds as they go. Togehter they transform their urban environment into a place that is no longer gray, but filled with color and scent. Nature's magic is revealed in all its glory, embodying Ralph Waldo Emerson's idea that a weed is "a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered." Budding environmentalists will respond to the underlying themes of conservation and stewardship of the earth.