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Fun, science-and-fiction filled adventure awaits! 

It all began with a melody brought on a spring wind. Rainbow Oak was playing a flute gifted by his friend Willow Tree. And now, he asks Chloe and her guardian, Cat Louey, help him to make a gift for Willow. 

What gift does Oak have in mind? The most extraordinary and charming gift – the flying daises! And thus, the “Project Willow” is born. 

Chloe and Louey team up with blue rabbits Pom & Pima, wise spirit bears Ulima and Ray, unique tiny creature named Abacus the 8th, and many others. Six woven helper-baskets guide them along the way. 

What strange places will they visit? What skills will they learn? Will they fully succeed to make the daisies fly?

Science aspects: Nature, Biology, DNA

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

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Beautiful bedtime story!

What a wonderful and creative story! The narrator’s voice is so calming and relaxing. We found it to be an interesting way to introduce science to kids.