Kids' Container Gardening

Kids' Container Gardening
Kids' Container Gardening
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Kids' Container Gardening

Year-Round Projects for Inside and Out
By Cindy Krezel, Photographs by Bruce Curtis

JUVENILE NONFICTION

88 Pages, 8 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper, Mobipocket, EPUB, PDF

Trade Paper, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $16.95)

ISBN 9781883052751

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Apr 2010)
Ball Publishing

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Overview

With 18 projects gleaned from the author’s experience as director of the Good Earth Kids’ Club, Kids’ Container Gardening will teach enthusiastic young gardeners how to create an assortment of container gardens that are simple to make, that are fun to work on, and that make great gifts. Organized by season, the books’ chapters will help kids develop their green thumbs with projects ranging from “Great Big Garden Bowls for Mom,” “Father’s Day Fountains,” and other special occasion/holiday containers to sand art terrariums. In addition to providing the basics on plants and gardening, this helpful guide also includes a glossary of terms, a listing of plants used in the book, a list of resources, and numerous photographs to show kids that they’re proceeding on the right path as they create their individual containers.

Reviews

"A good source of inspiration for camp counselors, teachers, and parents seeking manageable projects for young green thumbs."  —Booklist

"Creative kid-friendly pages all add up to a fine horticultural treat that will thrive in most collections."  —School Library Journal

"Kid-friendly projects designed to introduce the pleasures of gardening."  —PublishersWeekly.com

"Fun and easy to read."  —Star Tribune

Author Biography

Cindy Krezel has written articles appearing in Long Island Gardening, Newsday, and the New York Times, and organizes gardening programs for children. Bruce Curtis is a professional photographer whose work has appeared in numerous books and calendars.