By Linda Boyden
Every spring Rosalie, a Native American girl, and her grandfather sow tiny seeds that blossom into bright flowers. A red rosebush, planted under Rosalie’s bedroom window when she was born, is later joined by pink and yellow ones “to make a sunset,” Papa tells her. Rosalie asks for a blue bush, to represent the sky, but Papa explains that roses do not come in blue. When he dies the following winter, Rosalie’s blue rosebush comes to her in her dreams as a symbol of 
love, memory, and transcendence. Ages 6 and up

Blue Rose's

SKU: ISBN-13978-1600606
$9.95Price
    Location
    524 7th Street
    Rapid City SD
    Contact

    Lily Mendoza 

     

    Phone: 605-431-8231


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