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Karl Beckstrand

Grow: How We Get Food from Our Garden


"Rollicking fun...cleverly written...multicultural illustrations in brilliant colors...a wealth of information." - Barbara Mojica, Top 1000 Reviewer. A child and grandfather till, plant, and harvest fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and grains in a tongue twisting picture book. Includes online tips for starting your own garden.

Selected by the Georgia Farm Bureau and the Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation. Children (ages 4 - 7, preschool - 2nd grade) love to see things grow. Learn basic gardening and find the animals (revealed in online extras). 325 dyslexic-friendly words by best-selling, award-winning author and media professor Karl Beckstrand (She Doesn't Want the Worms: A Mystery [English-Spanish] --see 60+ diverse books--click Karl Beckstrand above). Illustrated by Zanara. Look inside!

In Publisher's Weekly. The perfect length book for kids (not too long for adults): 28 full-color pages. How does your garden grow? Read other Food Books for Kids (series; previous titles not needed): Bad Bananas: A Story Cookbook for Kids, The Dancing Flamingos of Lake Chimichanga, Crumbs on the Stairs, Ma MacDonald Flees the Farm

For free food lesson plans, images, and video book trailer, see PremioBooks. None of our books lecture on gender or orientation. 8.5″x8.5″ hard/soft cover children's horticulture/farm book/children's poem; also an ebook. Premio Publishing & Gozo Books (worldwide rights (c) Oct. 2020), libraries, and all major distributors. JNF022000, JUV050000, GAR000000, JUV011010, JUV006000, JUV020000, JUV029000, JUV054000, lCCN: 2020945698; Hard ISBN: 978-1951599072, soft: 978-1951599089, eISBN: 978-1005175436