May 3, 2018

Early Reader Review: The Golden Glow by Benjamin Flouw

Source: From Netgalley and Tundra Books in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion or review.

The Golden GlowThe Golden Glow by Benjamin Flouw
Publisher: Tundra Books
Publication Date:  May 15, 2018

Format:  Ebook



Goodreads Synopsis: 
Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox meets Richard Scarry's Best Word Book Ever in this stylish picture book about a quest for a rare and mysterious plant.

Fox loves nature. There's nothing he enjoys more than reading about and picking flowers. One evening he comes across a rare specimen in his old botany book -- the golden glow, a plant from the Wellhidden family, found only in the mountains . . . a plant that has yet to be described. Fascinated, Fox decides to set off on a quest in search of the mysterious Golden Glow. He packs his knapsack, a map, a compass, a flashlight, a sleeping bag and other items for his hike. Along the way Fox observes many different kinds of trees and plants. He also encounters woodland friends who help him make it to the summit of the mountain. But when Fox eventually stumbles upon the object of his quest, he makes a surprising decision.

With spreads of educational content interspersed throughout, The Golden Glow is a charming story that details the simple pleasures of a nature hike and celebrates observing the beauty of nature.
This is a very cute children's book about a fox that loves nature and plants and there is  a picture missing from his book. He goes on a journey to find the Golden Glow and sketch it. The story is simplistic but the images are very detailed and show Fox on his adventure to find the plant he seeks. It has a good message about leaving nature for everyone to enjoy as well in all its radiance. I think parents and kids will like this one and it is a great way to talk about the plants and nature around you.

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