She subtly encourages kids to watch for all the insect and animal life their gardens will attract.
It's a great gift for your own kids or any other family you know who likes to have fun outside, and by far the best kid gardening book I've ever seen.
The idea is wonderful, the illustrations are beautiful; it makes a great gift; it's very inspiring.
Just delightful for young and old alike. Great ways to enjoy gardening.Published 1 month ago by Sally Nuite
I gave this to our son and daughter in law to have fun ideas for our only grandson who's 6. As a bonus it gave Lori ideas for her work where she teaches disabled people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kyddyl
Great ideas and fun things to keep all active in the garden. This book is full of thing to do that get the creative gardener working in everyone.Published 2 months ago by Jim
Even if you don't garden, this book is very interesting. I would highly reccommend this book. The information and the way it's presented could not be copied in an ereader. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cynthia Hunt
The book was recommended so I ordered it. Loved the ideas to do to get kids into nature and growing food, or just making a special place to play, investigate and share!Published 4 months ago by Lori C.
Check this book out at local library, wanted to order it to work with children and mentally challenged adults also! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rita C. Lesch
This is a Really great garden idea book. Wonderful illustrations. Brings one back to a slower more connected reality. I'm teaching a gardening class at my kids school. Must have.Published 7 months ago by thora
charming book encouraging the delight of gardens for children--fun and silliness but as well lots of solid tips and info!Published 8 months ago by Anne from Md
The grand-girlies LOVED it! They live in a not-so-gardening-location, and the projects and activities were PERFECT for them to get involved with.Published 9 months ago by D. K. Kortz