It’s Only a Flower: I'd Rather Play Video Games

WestBow Press
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Isaiah loves playing video games, it’s his most favorite thing to do in the world! One day his mom surprises him with a trip to the botanical gardens and he assumes it isn’t going to be fun. He thinks he would have more fun playing video games instead. When he meets the local Botanist, Ms. Kelley, she opens his eyes to the wonderful world of flowers. Will he embrace this new adventure?
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About the author

Kimberly Deneen is a proud graduate of the historic Virginia Union University and also received her Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. She is a 17 year master educator and has taught at all levels from infancy to high school. She currently resides in Chesterfield, Virginia and is the mother of one adult son, Myles. She is a world traveler, speaks fluent French, enjoys exploring diverse cultures, and loves cooking and sampling international cuisine.

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Publisher
WestBow Press
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Published on
Nov 28, 2018
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Pages
30
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ISBN
9781973639930
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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