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Garden Dances; for Wind Quintet (parts and score) By Andrew Howes
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Garden Dances is a set of six dances, for wind quintet. Designed for performance by intermediate-to-advanced ensembles, these pieces are short and approachable. Ideal for children's concerts, as well... More > as where contemporary works are required for performance. Duration: 17 minutes total. Parts and Score are included< Less
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
The Garden By Claude Spence
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A man discovering who he is and the steps he must take to become who he is destined to be. He enters into his "Garden" and with the aid of the Keeper, and all Living Things, he comes to... More > realize how much is available and what must be done.< Less
THE GARDEN By Claude Spence
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A man discovering who he is and the steps he must take to become who he is destined to be. He enters into his "Garden" and with the aid of the Keeper, and all Living Things, he comes to... More > realize how much is available and what must be done.< 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
How's The Garden? By Cherylann Busey
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How's the Garden? Just a walk through my garden, and a little talk with Jesus. A very personal look, at facing some trials I went through. And delightful photographs from Dennis Hill and Friends!
How to Create a Garden Pond By lorraine loughlin
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A garden pond, with the right planning and stocked with the right kind of aquatic plants and fish, will be a marvellous asset to your garden, attracting a great many wild animals and eventually... More > becoming a miniature nature reserve. It is possible to have a pond which is self sustaining, requiring only occasional maintenance to keep it in good condition.< Less
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How a Garden Saves the Earth By Trent McNair, Linda McNair
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“How a Garden Saves the Earth” is a beautiful children’s book about kids growing their own fruits and vegetables and teaches them why it’s so good for them and the Earth.... More > Great for children up to third grade, it is dedicated to helping parents, teachers and homeschoolers educate kids about the importance of locally grown, sustainable food and how it is connected to their health and that of the planet. The book is written by Trent and Linda McNair, founders of Surf City Growers, a small organic nursery located in Aptos, California. The imagery is by published illustrator, Jeff Petersen. “How a Garden Saves the Earth” is a perfect accompaniment to the company’s My First Organics seed starting kits, a hands-on activity that teaches Pre-Kindergarten kids to 3rd graders how to grow their own fruits and vegetables. Studies have shown that when kids have a hand in growing food, their understanding of it and its relationship to their health increases.< Less