A Place to Bloom by Lorianne Siomades
This is actually a really good book with a big message. Here's what is says on the back:
"The world doesn't exist for us alone, but for all God's creatures, large and small, people and animals. The things that we take for granted may be precious to someone else, whether it's food on our tables or trees in the park. Even when we find our own "place to bloom," we should share it with our neighbors. With a simple rhyme and bright, bold illustrations, here is a book that asks children to think about others and the world around them."
Nice, right? Here's what Juliet thinks the message is:
Maybe it's geared at an older audience...
But even though she totally missed the point, she really, really, REALLY loved pointing out the worm on every single page. She could not get enough of that guy. So, if you have older kids, you can probably have a lovely moment appreciating all God's creature's together, but if you have a two year old, well, all I can say is...WORM!!!