Written by Dr. Simarjeet Kaur Sandhu, Kisaan is an enjoyable and fascinating introduction to one aspect of Indian culture for young readers.
Browsing: Farm Life
Farmers Unite utilizes an engaging documentary-style form of narrative that shows how uniting to speak out can make all the difference.
The Adventures of Tally-Ho is an excellent choice for providing gentle moral modeling and entertainment at the same time.
A wonderful tribute to a solid foundation and commitment, Elizabeth Gilbert Bedia’s BESS THE BARN STANDS STRONG is a gem, sure to delight.
Favorite Visit to Papa’s Farm is a story with many themes: the joy of family; the slow march of change and the inevitable turn of the seasons; and the pleasure of making, learning, and doing things for oneself.
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!
Little Lucy Big Race, by Matt Roloff, is a wonderful read for children and their adult readers, as it demonstrates that hard work can lead to positive outcomes.
Children that live and/or spend lots of time with their grandparents will surely relate to the loving and warm relationship portrayed in Grandpa? I Wanted to Ask… by Alana Dorrell.
As the Life on Earth series demonstrates, asking questions, observing the world, and analyzing what you see is the best way to learn!
Charlotte’s Web is is one of the best-selling children’s books of all time. It is about a barnyard pig named Wilbur that can talk, a barn spider named Charlotte that can write, and a young girl named Fern that stands up for her beliefs.