Mae and her family have moved to a big crowded city and she longs for the garden she left behind. Her attempts to create a new version of her beloved green space are foiled one by one. She longs to “chase butterflies in the wavy grass” again. One day she encounters a leafy green forest in the midst of her gray city and with it, an opportunity. A charming story about dealing positively with inevitable change and “growing where you’re planted.” Anna Walker’s watercolors are vibrant and incredibly lovely, and Florette is an absolute delight.