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New Junior Garden Book: Cool Projects for Kids to Make and Grow

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Unlike other childrenas books, this one talks to kids, not their parents. Vibrant copy and zany illustrations will excite them about digging in the dirt, planting, making special projects, and loving nature.38 kid-tested and kid-approved projects for young gardeners ages 6-14.

More than 50 illustrations energize the book.

Every page piques kidsa curiosity about plants and sp
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Hardcover, 112 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Better Homes and Gardens Books (first published 1999)
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This colorful and student-friendly book provides hundreds of projects for kids to grow and make. Projects are ranked from simple to more advanced.
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Felder Rushing is a 10th-generation American gardener whose pioneer ancestors settled across the Southeast, bringing many plants with them. Rushing's overstuffed, quirky cottage garden has been featured in many TV programs and magazines (including a cover of Southern Living), and includes a huge variety of weather-hardy plants along with a collection of folk art. There is no turfgrass, just plants ...more
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