Sophie and her friends work together to grow a neighborhood vegetable garden. From zucchini to potatoes to carrots, the kids grow it all. Page by page, vegetable by vegetable A Harvest of Color gives great gardening advice in the voice of the children, and offers hints that are helpful to any gardener, old or young.
As the seasons change, so do the garden tasks for Uncle Dean, Granny, and Uncle Joe. Winter is a time for planning next year’s garden, spring is for planting, and summer and fall are for harvesting. Reflecting on a full year of maintaining a family garden, this story emphasizes the enthusiasm the family has during
Jack starts a garden from scratch in his back-yard. We explore the garden with Jack week by week and discover that it is made up of much more than flowers! Flowers grow out of the nutritious garden soil, which in turn feed nectar-loving insects and birds. This book is a miniature field guide for naturalists