Childhood In The Marigolds By Eugenia Collier

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Have you ever read the most interesting, life-relatable, fiction book before? One of the most interesting book I’ve read is the Marigolds. The Marigolds is a fiction book by Eugenia Collier. The Marigolds is about a girl named Lizabeth as going through her adolescent years, she realizing the importance of the flowers. The first theme of the story is that adulthood is always approaching. In the story, Lizabeth tears the marigolds apart in Mrs. Lottie’s garden. Lizabeth is a young girl that’s going through her adolescent years and she finally signifies the purpose of the marigolds in Mrs. Lotties garden. Why does it matter today among today’s teens? It matter because some teens actually goes through hard times, but others don’t. Today’s teens

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