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Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
Sonnet, Sonnet, What's In Your Bonnet? is a delightful non-fiction book for children by Sherry Roberts. It follows the journey of a young girl named Sonnet, who has a passion for gardening and flowers. Sonnet's enthusiasm for her garden and the plants she cultivates is infectious, and you will love learning about various flowers through her eyes. Each page is filled with colorful photographs of the flowers in Sonnet's garden and interesting facts. You will learn about familiar flowers like zinnias, sunflowers, and daisies and may even discover some new ones you have never seen before. The information about each flower is presented in easy-to-read verses, making it enjoyable and informative for children of all ages.
One of the best things about Sherry Roberts’ Sonnet, Sonnet, What's In Your Bonnet? is that it encourages children to take an interest in nature and gardening. The book is designed to make you feel like you are exploring a friend's garden, discovering new and fascinating things. Children who read this story may be inspired to start their own gardens or become more curious about their environment. Parents who want to raise nature-loving children will find it a valuable addition to their child's bookshelf and an excellent way to introduce them to the beauty of nature and help them appreciate flowers at an early age. The stunning and vivid photographs of the flowers will surely capture their attention and inspire them to learn more about the natural world. Highly recommended!