Picture Book Month: Turtles

26 Nov

26Mossy is the fictional story of a Eastern Box Turtle with a living garden on it’s shell. She is captured by a woman and forced to live in a viewing pavilion at a museum, when all poor Mossy wants is to go back to her pond and find her friend Scoot. Soon the curator, with the help of her niece, makes a change that benefits the museum and Mossy. The museum has a painting created of Mossy’s amazing garden and the woman and her niece deposit Mossy back where they found her. Jan Brett’s images, as usual, are framed by other objects from the natural world – rocks, flowers, gems, seashells, fossils and more.

Title: Mossy
Author: Jan Brett
Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons
Publication Date: September 18, 2012


PBMBADGE-AMBASSADOR-FBYou’ll be seeing a lot of picture books on my blog throughout the month of November as we celebrate Picture Book Month.  You’ll definitely want to check out the website as picture book authors and illustrators will be posting an essay each day about the importance of picture books!  Check back daily for some great picture books surrounding a specific theme.

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