RHS I Can Grow A Sunflower Board book by Royal Horticultural Society #AltRead #Review #children #kids #educational #nonfictionnov #nonfiction

Non fiction NOV

I’m on a mission to review all my outstanding non-fiction books this month, since it’s non-fiction November. And there’s a lot! Will I be able to do it?  I’ll give it my best shot.



I Can Grow a FlowerI Can Grow a Flower by DK Publishing

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

RHS I Can Grow A Sunflower is endorsed by the Royal Horticultural Society and makes a great starting book for a young gardener with this easy to read, educational guide to growing a sunflower, that comes with free seeds and a sunflower height chart, too!

Sixteen bright board book pages reveal the life cycle of a sunflower, and the excitement of growing a plant from seed. It also has some fun gardening and small critter facts and has fun flaps that open up to reveal hiding creatures!

Winner of the silver award at the Junior Design Awards 2018 – Best Pre-Schooler Book 2-5 Years – this is certainly a book to recommend to parents for children of this age, because not only is it educational, it enables hands-on experience and fun quality time together. It’s a pretty book to gift, that’s also practical and intriguing.

View all my reviews<– click there. Go on, you know you want to!


Order now at Amazon USA!


Have you voted for YOUR Alternative Book Cover winner?

Go here to vote and find out more info!

Vote for YOUR winning book cover on Alternative-Read.com
Vote for YOUR winning book cover on Alternative-Read.com

Visit Sassy on:
Check out the Authors Needing Reviews Goodreads Group: Loads of books on offer to review

Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

Founder and Owner of Alternative-Read.com author personal and virtual assistant. Editor and reviewer for #altread since 2005.

4 thoughts on “RHS I Can Grow A Sunflower Board book by Royal Horticultural Society #AltRead #Review #children #kids #educational #nonfictionnov #nonfiction

  1. This is a cute book. I used to grow sunflowers. Started them as seeds and once they got tall enough, I planted them outside. I think I’ll do that against come spring. I have the perfect spot!

What do you think?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.