This book takes readers on one family’s journey of collecting fruits and vegetables from the woods, orchards, and garden all year long. Along the way, the family works together to put up applesauce, apple butter, apple cider, and other delicious treats for the winter. You’ll find recipes in the back.
Eddie decides he wants a garden and gets to work, with just a bit of help from him mom and younger sister. He learns about all of the elements that help his garden to grow!
Life on a Vermont farm can be a lot of work, but it also can be tremendous fun!
Each page of this book is an evolving image that follows Tracy’s view from her window from her birth to her adulthood, Over the years her urban neighborhood evolves from a few abandoned lots to a lush, green oasis.
A comparative look at how things, people, and animals grow.
In November the air turns crisp and cold. Families, animals, and insects all gather together for warmth. This is a great book to share with students to celebrate the month of November.
So much can happen in a single year in a backyard garden. Featuring a poem for every seasonal event, the book takes the reader through winter snows, fall harvests, and summer weddings.
Everything we eat comes with a story. This book shares the stories, memories and feelings that live within each yellow pear tomato that grows in a young girl’s garden. What stories grows within the food in your school garden?
A tale celebrating the sweet features of morning.
A father makes a beautiful, green, growing garden filled with hidden treasures that he shares with his garden. The poetic prose of this book is captivating for young readers, and could serve as a writing lesson for older ones.