Inspired by her father's New England flower gardens the author cleverly weaves the themes of diversity, bullying and conflict resolution to address social justice issues of today, using fun floral characters! The wildflowers live peacefully in their field. They are challenged by the arrival of the Beauties, cultivated roses, purchased for entry in the annual neighborhood flower show. The Beauties feel superior to the wildflowers because they look alike. They do not understand why the wildflowers are different. When the Beauties face a dilemma, the wildflowers help solve the problem and in the process, help the Beauties appreciate differences.
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About the Author
Cynthia K. Davis has dedicated her career to human services, having worked in the fields of early education and mental health for over three decades. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Lesley University, majoring in Education and Children's Services. She resides in Massachusetts and has a large extended family and is a grandmother.