Linnea has been in Paris. And she has
visited the painter Claude Monet's garden! She
even stood on the same little Japanese bridge that
Monet painted so often in his pictures. In Paris,
Linnea got to see many of the real paintings.
Now she can understand what it means to
be called an Impressionist, and she knows a lot
about Monet's life in the pink house where he
lived with his eight children.
Twenty-five years after its original publication,
this celebration of the wonder of art is available
once again in an enlarged keepsake edition.
The joy and inspiration Linnea discovers in
Monet's garden will be eagerly embraced by a
new generation of readers.
"A delightful book about a budding art-enthusiast that can surely get young readers interested in Monet's art." — 5 Minutes for Mom
"This book has been an amazing addition to our picture book collection and I would recommend it to anyone!" — A Mom's Take
"A favorite of many little girls 25 years ago, this enlarged keepsake edition of a classic is as charming now as it was then." — Creators Syndicate
"Linnea is an unforgettable and completely charming character ... This story transports readers in a way that no other picture book that I can think of does." — Delightful Children's Books
"The brilliant blend of history and art with Linnea's dream are just the perfect elements for a book that children ages 4 and up will enjoy and parents will appreciate." — Jean Book Nerd
"A beguiling blend of text, art and photographs that also teaches young readers about Impressionist artist Claude Monet" — Scripps Howard News Service" — Scripps Howard
"Linnea in Monet's Garden is back and even more beautiful than ever. ... I do not remember the colors being this vibrant, the pages being so big, and the experience being so touching." — The Angel Forever