I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast


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$19.95  $18.55
Nobrow Press
Publish Date
8.3 X 10.3 X 0.8 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Michael Holland is Head of Education at Chelsea Physic Garden. He is also a photographer, compost nerd, and wildlifegardener. Philip Giordano is an Italian illustrator born in a small coastal town in Liguria, of Philippine and Swiss descent. He attended the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan, the IED (European Institute of Design) and subsequently gained a Masters in Animation Techniques in Turin.


"This fact-filled, dazzlingly colorful compendium will teach budding naturalists plenty they never knew about the world's leafy wonders [...] This will work well as a title for browsing and classroom support. Science enthusiasts especially will want to plant themselves in this one."
--Kirkus Reviews

"An attractive, cute, fact-filled nonfiction book that belongs in every elementary and middle school library. I'm so excited to add it to my collection! With DIY projects related to plants, gorgeous color illustrations, and adorable critters on every page, this book will be a hit with budding naturalists."
--Youth Services Book Review

"I am totally crushing hard on this upcoming release and I'm so excited to share it! It is a hefty, nonfiction book that is packed with fascinating information about plants and I've really enjoyed the tidbits I have already learned from it. Plus, the bold and bright design is stunning and the cover is even textured (a small detail, but one that always makes my heart skip a beat). This one is also perfect for Spring!"
--Book Nerd Mommy

"This book is amazing! It covers in-depth all sorts of plants and how we are surrounded by the things they make (edible and non-edible) all the time! Interspersed throughout the book are also activities and projects that can be undertaken by the reader. Incredibly detailed, the book breaks down into section different topics like pollination, living fossils, plant parts, and soooo much more!"
--The Tiny Activist