1 edition of Some types of children"s garden work found in the catalog.
Some types of children"s garden work
Susan B. Sipe
|Statement||by Susan B. Sipe|
|Series||Bulletin / U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations -- 252, Bulletin (United States. Office of Experiment Stations) -- no. 252.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Experiment Stations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p., 11 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Following a typical day in the life of a little boy named Liam, young readers (recommended for ages 3. These books always have beautiful illustrations and bright colors. In this non-fiction book, some of the pages fold out into a panoramic picture. Kids will enjoy exploring different types of gardens and plants as they explore the pages.
For kids ages 3 - 7. The Good Garden: How One Family Went from Hunger to Having Enough. A beautiful picture book written and illustrated by Michael Foreman about a boy living in a war-torn country. A Child's Garden: A Story of Hope tells a story of how a boy cared for a plant that he found in the grey rubble of his ruined home/5.
Bunny’s Garden a lift-the-flap book. An interactive (lift-the-flap) book about a bunny’s garden. The Little Gardner by Jan Gerardi.
Super cute life-the-flap book about a little girl and her garden. This is a great spring gardening book. Peek Inside The Garden Usborne. Great reference book even for the youngest garden enthusiast.
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Facebook gives people the power to. The Book Doctor unearths the best picture books which show children the wonder of gardening and enjoying plants – perfect tips for spring reading. The suggested plants can be easily found as seeds or pot plants from a nursery. Included are gentle reminders of a gardener's responsibilities emphasizing the pleasure that a garden provides, the amount work involved, along with interesting gardening lore.
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The Secret Garden, novel for children written by American author Frances Hodgson Burnett and published in book form in The pastoral story of self-healing through nature and companionship became a classic of children’s literature and is considered to be among Burnett’s best work.
Here are some tips for a good-size beginner vegetable garden that can feed a family of four for one summer, with a little leftover for canning and freezing (or giving away to jealous neighbors). Make your garden 11 rows wide, with each row 10 feet long.
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