- "Is it possible for one child to make a difference? This is a simple book with a powerful lesson. A solid read-aloud and a great lead-in to group projects."-School Library Journal
- "A buoyant read to sweeten the spirit."--Kirkus Reviews
- Can one little girl transform a neighborhood? Looking at a drab abandoned city lot, a girl has an idea. As she begins pulling weeds, neighbors young and old, black, brown and white come to help. The community joins together, creating a colorful garden for all to enjoy.
- Cynthia Platt's gentle, inspiring prose is brought to life by artist Olivia Holden's beautiful pastels in this inspiring story of hope and community
- Graphics: Full-color illustrations
- Number of pages: 32
- Made in United States of America