Garden Themed Books
Counting from 1 to 12 while gathering items from the garden is such fun.
The Curious Garden
A little boy seeks to make his community garden more beautiful and over time his garden spreads through out his city.
A little girl and her dad create a wonderful window box garden for the little girl’s mom. What a wondeful surpise.
Counting in the Garden
This is a counting book with wonderful pictures. As you go through the book a new items is added to the garden.
Growing Vegetable Soup [GROWING VEGETABLE SOUP
All the steps need to grow, harvest and prepare vegetable soup are described in this book.
Green Thumbs: A Kid’s Activity Guide to Indoor and Outdoor Gardening (A Kid’s Guide series)
This book contains wonderful ways to get children into gardening.
How Groundhog’s Garden Grew
Instead of borrowing vegetables from other animal’s gardens Groundhog learns how to grow his own.
Planting a Rainbow
This wonderfully illustrated book walks you through how many different plants grow. It shares not only planting seeds ,but seedlings and bulbs too.
Pumpkin Circle: The Story of a Garden
The photos and text in this book walk children through the life cycle of a pumpkin.
Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots: Gardening Together with Children
How to create 12 themed gardens is shared in this book.
The life cycle of a sunflower are shared in this wonderful story. Oh! A wonderful sunflower house is shared too.
The Carrot Seed Board Book
Everyone in this book tell a little boy his carrot seed won’t grow. He tends to it and it does grow.
This terrific story features a roof garden created by a little girl visiting family in the big city.
And the Good Brown Earth
A grandmother and her grandson both choose to garden their own way and end up with a wonderful garden.
Zinnia and her animals create a wonderful place for flowers to bloom.
150 garden projects for children 5-12 are shared in this book. What a wide variety of ideas displayed for you to try!
Every person, animal, and insect that lives and works on the garden in this book things it is theirs. The impact each has on the garden is shared in such a wonderful way in this book.
Rosie has a gift of helping others and tending to not only her bean plant at school, but another student’s. I love this book.
During the summer I will be co-hosting a Dig Into link up on the first Tuesday of the month.