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The Ryde & District Gardeners’ Association By G Philip Marris
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A history of the first 20 years of The Ryde & District Gardeners' Association, Hatfield, Herts, England
Temescal Garden Library By John Castaneda
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This book shows the overall design process proposal towards creating a library at Temescal District; Oakland. The main idea I focused on is, the Frog Park. My library becomes an extension of the park... More > creating a community space for people to teach and learn on how to be more environmental friendly. Site: 51st and Telegraph< Less
Gardening for Little Girls By Olive Hyde Foster
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Gardening for Little Girls by Olive Hyde Foster. - Illustrated Edition, 1917. Children take naturally to gardening, and few occupations count so much for their development,—mental, moral and... More > physical. Where children's garden clubs and community gardens have been tried, the little folks have shown an aptitude surprising to their elders, and under exactly the same natural, climatic conditions, the children have often obtained astonishingly greater results. Moreover, in the poor districts many a family table, previously unattractive and lacking in nourishment, has been made attractive as well as nutritious, with their fresh green vegetables and flowers. The love of nature, whether inborn or acquired, is one of the greatest sources of pleasure, and any scientific knowledge connected with it of inestimable satisfaction. Carlyle's lament was, "Would that some one had taught me in childhood the names of the stars and the grasses."< Less
Cubenen Gardens: Part 5 (Familiarity) By Adam Lamontagne
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The Woodland District is full of surprises and understandably, Seaglass is not ready for any of them. The elusive leader sends him on a hunt before his team realizes they might not be ready for the... More > challenge ahead. What are we suppose to do next?< Less
Cubenen Gardens: Part 7 (Woodland Recursion) By Adam Lamontagne
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The events of the previous night left everything in ruin. Friends scattered, motives revealed, the stakes are truly raised. The Woodland District calls again but this time with intent for truth.
Cubenen Gardens: Part 3 (Customer Negligence) By Adam Lamontagne
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Seaglass and his friends head northwards towards the city's local mall. It is a building so large that it counts as its own district. There they must defeat the challenge of manager Octave and her... More > twisting supermarket. A new member is also added to the team, someone technically alive this time.< Less
Cubenen Gardens: Part 4 (The Tenth Question) By Adam Lamontagne
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The group now head off to the Industry District in order to challenge Hollows the owl at his amazing game show. Seaglass meets a few new friends along the way, however a terrifying adversary might... More > compromise everything.< Less
Cubenen Gardens: Part 6 (Neon Today) By Adam Lamontagne
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The Tech District is an unusual place inside and out. Within the isolated city is a bothersome tower made of light that emits abstract monsters and beasts. With the help of some friends, our heroes... More > discover and search for the dungeon's magical leader.< Less
Cubenen Gardens: Part 2 (Golf and Garbage) By Adam Lamontagne
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Part 2 of the Cubenen Gardens tale is out and things are starting to go underway. With the rules of the trials laid out Seaglass and his friends head to the Middle District in order to challenge a... More > golfer at his favorite profession. They do get sidetracked however, and meet some new and interesting faces.< Less
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Welcome to a wonderful collection of children’s stories and rhymes. Some of these masterful tales were originally discussed around a dining table in Gravesend, Kent, where G’Nigel the... More > Gnome was born. Eventually, they were all dusted with an enchanting serving of mysterious particles and showered with a smidgen of ingenuity on the outskirts of the Lake District in Cumbria. Monsters, Gnomes and Fairies (In My Garden) is a collection of children's stories and rhymes that have been put together by Meg Johnston and Paul Anthony. The stories have been collected over many years from our grandchildren asking us to tell them stories rather than read them stories. But eventually, we decided to write all these wonderful tales down, sprinkle them with fairy dust and magic powder, and make them last forever and ever, and ever.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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