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Fern Verdant & the Silver Rose

Leszczynski, Diana.

New York : Knopf, c2008.

263 p. ; 22 cm.

Fern Verdant's mother, a famous botanist, disappears just before Fern's thirteenth birthday, and when Fern discovers that she has inherited the ability to communicate with plants, she realizes that this is the only way she will be able to find and save her mother.

Reading Level: 5.7

Available

Fiction (Chapterbooks) - ElementaryFiction (Chapterbooks) - Elementary

1 copy available at Paideia School

ISBN:

0375952136

LC Call No:

PZ7.L5658 Fe 2008

Dewey Class No:

[Fic] 22

Author:

Leszczynski, Diana.

Title:

Fern Verdant & the Silver Rose / Diana Leszczynski.

VaryingTitle:

Fern Verdant and the Silver Rose

Edition:

1st ed.

Publisher:

New York : Knopf, c2008.

Physical:

263 p. ; 22 cm.

Citation/Refs:

School Library Journal, February 2009

Citation/Refs:

Horn Book, April 2009

Citation/Refs:

Kirkus Review, October 2008

Citation/Refs:

Library Media Connection, March 2009

Summary:

Fern Verdant's mother, a famous botanist, disappears just before Fern's thirteenth birthday, and when Fern discovers that she has inherited the ability to communicate with plants, she realizes that this is the only way she will be able to find and save her mother.

Target Audience:

5.7

Target Audience:

3-6 Follett Library Resources

Subject:

Human-plant relationship--Fiction.

Subject:

Plants--Fiction.

Subject:

Mother-daughter relationship--Fiction.

Subject:

Kidnapping--Fiction.

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