Harvey Potter is a farmer. But he’s no ordinary farmer. Instead of growing ordinary things like corn, okra and tomatoes, Harvey grows . . . balloons. Balloons of every size, shape and color, and even the government inspectors agree – they are real balloons. But no one knows how he does it, until one night, when his young friend waits up in the sycamore tree to watch.
|Reading Level:Ages 4-8||Hardcover:32 pages|
|Publisher:HarperCollins (April 29, 1994)|