A Wild Flower Alphabet’ by Elizabeth Cameron

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#OTD in 1984, the New York Times reviewed eight new gardening books and today's book selection was on that list:''A Wild Flower Alphabet'' by Elizabeth Cameron.  A watercolorist who lives near Moray Firth in Scotland, the author composed this alphabet for her grandchildren. The delightful messages describing the flowers on each page are hand-lettered. The description says it was "Just right for a rainy day" and  "a delightful picture-book".

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