The Sunflower That Roared

Rated 4.39/5 based on 18 reviews
Sarah has a very sunny nature. That is why her mother calls her her little sunflower. But even sunflowers get grumpy when no one listens to them...
A picture book to read with your 3-5 year old, especially if you like sunflowers.

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Price: $2.99 USD

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Words: 980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452367804
About Michelle de Villiers

I am first and foremost a reader. I love languages: each language opens another door.

I enjoy writing children's stories, especially picture books.

I also paint and sculpt.

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Reviews

Review by: Hubba Hubba on May 04, 2013 :
Lovely illustrations. Both sweet and sad.
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Review by: Peter Grantham on Nov. 01, 2012 :
A cute little story.

I was distracted by the fact that Seed started out as male and became female.
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Review by: Rebecca Rose Taylor on Oct. 17, 2012 :
Wonderfully written story. It is original and fun. Great work :)
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Review by: Amarissa Amber Cale on July 23, 2012 :
Cute little tale from an imaginative writer. Well written and illustrated!
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Review by: Satvik on July 11, 2012 :
Great mix of events around time. Nice illustrations and interesting concept of an eplilogue. Only if the sunflower that roared could have lived happily ever after.
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Review by: Sarah O'Hara on April 27, 2012 :
I can never turn down a book with a character named Sarah. I'm proud to share my name with this one. I'd love to read it to my future children.
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Review by: Nora Black on Dec. 01, 2011 :
Lovely tale to warm your heart
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Review by: Maranda Russell on Sep. 27, 2011 :
Cute little story, really liked the watercolor illustrations and the little 'epilogue' at the end.
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Review by: Chad Johnson on Sep. 12, 2011 :
I like this story. The pictures are cute and they way the story goes from one part of life to another is well written . You should try to get this in book form and sell it.
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Review by: Tracy Wasem on July 14, 2011 :
Beautiful illustrations and a wonderful read. Thank you for creating it.
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Review by: Tracy Wasem on July 14, 2011 :
Beautiful illustrations and a wonderful read. Thank you for creating it.
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Review by: Colin Marks on June 15, 2011 :
Nice story, I read it with my 7 year old daughter and we both liked the pictures and the words :)
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Review by: Erna Buber-deVilliers on June 10, 2011 :
Highly imaginitive. A delightful little epic.
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Review by: Mark Stewart on April 02, 2011 :
That was a nice children's story. I loved the way it was laced with fact on how a seed grows. Well done.
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Review by: Ray Hawk on March 21, 2011 :
Very nicely done story... I also thought the illustrations were beautifully made.

The one issue I have is the picture sizes required me to scroll down to read the text, whether I viewed a page in HTML format or PDF format...
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Review by: Ecowitch on Jan. 18, 2011 :
An beautiful little tale about Sarah and her sunflower, Seed, as they endeavour to pull her mother away from the phone and paying attention to Sarah and Seed. Nicely illustrated in a similar style to Quentin Blake with a highly amsuing twist as Sarah grows up.
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Review by: Katharina Gerlach on Aug. 07, 2010 :
Wonderful book, wonderful little story but more for grown-ups than for little kids.
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Review by: Anne Frasier on June 23, 2010 :
What a fun story! Love, love, love the artwork!
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