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Eddie's Garden: and How to Make Things Grow Paperback – 1 Mar 2006
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The contrast between the older boy, looking out curiously at the world, manipulating and changing it, and the me-centred toddler is beautifully done... There are some useful tips for budding gardeners at the back of the book(Independent on Sunday)
Garland has done her homework, and there are hard facts to substantiate her story, woven through the text, in the detail of the warm-hearted illustrations, and in an appendix adults will find helpful in supporting their curriculum planning(Guardian)
Sarah Garland never lets her educational message get in the way of an engaging story(Nursery World)
Offers plenty of information in a gentle, accessible way.(Early Years Educator)
'Clearly and delightfully told, this gentle story with lively characters and colourful illustrations is also packed full of information on how to grow a garden like Eddie's for yourself.'(LoveReading4Kids)
What makes Eddie's garden grow? Earth, rain, sun and all sorts of creatures, of course! Eddie's garden is magnificent, from his stringy bean house to his tall sunflowers. How Eddie's garden grows and develops is clearly told in this gentle story with lively characters and colourful illustrations. The book includes full information on growing a garden like Eddie's in a home garden or even indoors.See all Product description
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