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One morning, a seed unexpectedly appears in the garden that Jack and his friends call home. The seed starts to grow, sprouting a stem, leaves, and roots... Yvonne the mole, Colette the ant, and the Field Mouse family are all convinced that the seed spells disaster. As its roots continue to spread, ceilings crack and paths become unwalkable. The inhabitants of the garden make a bold decision: they are going to cut the plant down! Thankfully, Jack intervenes - what if the plant is not that bad, after all? Marianne Dubuc lives in Montreal, QC. A Dewey Diva pick (NOTEWORTHY: LUCY & COMPANY and UP THE MOUNTAIN PATH) Ages 3 to 7

1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 31 cm
Translation of: Le jardin de Jaco.
Originally published in French: Brussels : Casterman, 2018.
Translated from the French.
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