The Gardener by Carrie Stanton

The Gardener by Carrie Stanton is a whimsical tale packed full of excitement. Written in a fun, rhyming style, readers are taken on an amusing and imaginative adventure. From pirates to ogres and so many different things in between, children learn that in a daydream, the possibilities are endless. While the story serves as a lovely source of entertainment, it also really encourages readers to always use their imagination. The illustrations by James Pantuso help to bring the seemingly impossible situations to life and are well-suited to the creative nature of the story.

The Gardener is a delightful, energetic read for children of all ages.


The Gardener is filled with a plethora of wordy goodness and illustrations that will entertain anew with each telling and retelling of this story. ENGAGING AND EXCEPTIONAL!”

Lana Shupe, Atlantic Book Reviews

About the Author:

Carrie enjoys writing stories that allow the imagination to blossom. She loves how words can grow wings and transport readers great distances, to worlds where anything is possible. Carrie is proud that many schools often use her books for classroom study, engagement, and conversation. Her books are local #1 bestsellers, have been staff-picked at Chapters and Indigo, and are loved by parents, teachers, and children globally.

To purchase a copy of The Gardener, please visit the author’s website: Home | Word Ink.

Children's Picture Book Reviewer

Melanie is the Children's Book reviewer at The Miramichi Reader. She is a mother to two young children Adeline (3 years) and Harlow (7 months). She has a Bachelor of Health Science from Dalhousie University and previously worked as a Radiological Technologist before deciding to pursue a career in health insurance administration. She enjoys sewing, crafting, and going on adventures with her family. Having lived in all three maritime provinces, Melanie now raises her daughters with her husband in Moncton, NB.

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