The Language of Flowers By Vanessa Diffenbaugh

In The Language of Flowers, Vanessa Diffenbaugh spins a spellbinding story that
I was like a sweet and painful look at a girl who was deeply scarred. She
thought no one loved her when she was deeply loved. I fell in love with the
story and with Victoria too Victoria communicates through flowers. She’s a
natural florist and weaves spells through the use of them. She feels that she is
not worthy of being a real person after years of abuse in the foster care system.
Eventually she accepts that she can be loved. I absolutely recommend this book to
everyone.

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