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The Backyard Time Detectives

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Jamey and Megan are not very interested in planting a garden with Mother and Father. But when they decide to become time detectives, they discover that their own backyard is not so boring after all. By looking for clues and using their imaginations, they learn that there are past secrets and future promises all around them. And with a little planning, they can even leave ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Stoddart Kids (first published December 1995)
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Jamey and Megan think backyard gardens are boring until Jamey's mom shows them how to be Backyard Detectives and make exciting discoveries. Great book to encourage children to learn about nature and the environment around them and help them develop an interest in gardening and how things grow.
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