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Library : Book Reviews > A Place to Bloom

A Place to Bloom

By Lorianne Siomades
Published By Boyds Mills Press

Review by: Yvonne Gaudet

      Being an artist and graphic designer, as well as an author, Lorianne Siomades shares her wonderful talents with us in this beautiful book. A Place to Bloom, is the story of a well known saying, One manís garbage is another manís treasureĒ. This story focuses on the fact that we share this world with many different animals and creatures, all of who view things in a different way. For instance, the stream we like to visit is someoneís place to drink, someone elseís home and someoneís place to think. The author takes us to many areas and helps us realize that we are not the only living creatures enjoying Godís wonderful creations. It brings forth the realization that all things are important, from the stream and the trees, to the birds and their eggs! 
     The illustrations in this book are big, bold and simply beautiful! Done in paper, watercolor, and gouache, the pictures captivate the attention of even the youngest child. . A lot of care has been taken to ensure that the message the author is sending to the reader is understood. We may not like our peas but someone else loves them, our thrown away apple core is someoneís supper.
     Since the story is written in a rhythmic style it is easy for beginning readers to master. Another book worth buying, I recommend this book for ages 2-6 years, although many ages will enjoy this story.

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