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Gardens Are For Children By Kristi Caggiano, Miracle Haven Garden
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Photojournal, Tips and Ideas from a Delightful Arizona Garden. This photo book is loaded with charming images & creative ideas for designing a lovely garden children and adults will enjoy... More > together. Includes simple How-To Instructions for creating a whimsical rock border, photos from a Ladybug Garden Party, recipes for a Banana Bread Castle and Arizona Garden Soil plus unique quick-tips for growing wisteria, ferns and bougainvillea in the warm Arizona climate. The author, Kristi Caggiano has over 14 years experience gardening in Arizona and owns Miracle Haven, Shops in the Garden - a Cafe, Bakery & Gift Shop in downtown Glendale, Arizona. NOTE: The preview will take approx. 15 minutes to upload due to the high quantity of images. Thank you for your patience with lulu and enjoy!< Less
The Children of The Garden By George Maris
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The children of the garden is a book about learning life experiences. The children come across obstacles that only bring them closer to understanding the importance of love. This book explains in... More > simple terms, value,love and companionship between innocents and temptation. The real lesson is learned through the experience that the children share.It's a great story that can be told over and over with a beautiful moral ending.< Less
Children in the Garden By K. Michael McCLain
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A collection of poetry from the author's personal daily blog
Children in the Garden By K. Michael McCLain
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A collection of poetry from the author's personal daily blog
The Gardener By Joe Guillotin
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A Tragedy Botanical- A children's tale(for older, more evil children)
The Gardener By Joe Guillotin
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A Tragedy Botanical- A children's tale(for older, more evil children)
In The Garden By lyn weldon
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Second in a serious of books from Genesis to Revelation.
The Gardener By Dodie Prill
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The Gardener tells the tale of how a man overcomes difficulty and criticism to create something that becomes a blessing to everyone. It has shades of the Easter story and is colourfuly illustrated... More > by the Author. It is sure to inspire children to pursue their goals within a Christian context.< Less
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
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I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
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I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less