|About the Book|
Rosebud is a pretty young girl with long blond curls and dark brown eyes. She has a dog named Spot, a fish name Goldie, a cat named Furball, a bird named Parrot, and a hamster named Smokey. She lives in a big blue house with a red roof. Everything inMoreRosebud is a pretty young girl with long blond curls and dark brown eyes. She has a dog named Spot, a fish name Goldie, a cat named Furball, a bird named Parrot, and a hamster named Smokey. She lives in a big blue house with a red roof. Everything in her room in pink, pink and more pink. There are sparkles everywhere -- jewels here and feathers there. Rosebud loved to play dress-up, wearing all her pink clothes and even a pink wig! She also likes to have tea parties with her dolls. But, most days youll find Rosebud in a pair of overalls, a pink tutu skirt, and pink rubber rain boots, looking for an adventure. And, theres lots of room outside for playing and adventuring.Rosebud and her best friend Hannah, the mouse, were heading over to YaYa’s farm today to see what adventure they would be starting on. They were excited, and chatted about what they would see and what they would do as they walked along the path, through the woods to YaYa’s house.The noticed the path had started to get covered with green ivy, and Hannah said “maybe we should ask YaYa to come help us clear the path”. “That’s a great idea”, said Rosebud.When they reached YaYa’s house, she was sitting on the porch in her favorite rocking chair. Old Sam the farm dog was stretched out on the porch, trying to stay cool. YaYa was rocking and looking at a flyer from the local feed & seed store. “Girls”, she said, “we need to go pick out our plants for the garden.” Rosebud and Hannah started clapping their hands and jumping up and down, squealing with glee. YaYa started to laugh. “Y’all sure are excited to go see tomato plants!” said YaYa.They were excited. They were headed out on an adventure. They climbed in YaYa’s yellow pick-up truck to head out for the feed & se store. Little did they know that the next few weeks would bring wonderful changes to the farm. And, they would be a part of all of it.