Gardnes Are For Growing, by Chelsea Tornetto, is an illustrated picture book—a father teaches his young daughter the simple pleasures of the garden and life.
Chelsea Tornetto discusses Gardens Are For Growing, where the idea for the book first blossomed, and the simple pleasures of life.
We highly recommend gardening with your children. We’ve got some ideas to help you boost those literacy skills while gardening.
These five gardening books are the perfect companions for some gentle garden exploration. All are excellent examples that highlight the many wonders the garden can hold for the young.
An introvert seeking acceptance from his parents discovers meaningful friendship and a solid sense of himself in New York Times bestselling author Sara Pennypacker’s middle-grade novel, Here in the Real World.
In The Upside-Down Gardener, spunky Dory Oslo discovers the benefits and virtues that come from growing a garden.
Enter for a chance to win an autographed copy of Seed School: Growing Up Amazing, written by Joan Holub and illustrated by Sakshi Mangal!
Giveaway begins February 7, 2018, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends March 7, 2018, at 11:59 P.M. MT.
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt is a wonderful story to share with your child as we wave goodbye to winter and welcome spring.
Dig In!, by Cindy Jenson-Elliott is all about digging in and getting to know our own little part of the planet.
I just love that Earth Day is in spring! It makes perfect sense to capture everyone’s attention when they are ready to get back into the great outdoors after winter. Below you’ll discover just a couple of the books that have caught my attention because of their appreciation of gardens, plants, and even weeds.