A Garden of Stories - Collection of 5

$88.00

Our collection comes beautifully packaged in our signature blue Lion & Dragonfly box to make a perfect gift.

And remember - our books give back! For every five books we sell, we donate one to a superhero teacher working in an underfunded community. 

Introduce your little readers to the wonders of gardening with this sunny collection of garden-themed stories.

All From a Walnut: When Emilia finds a walnut one morning, Grandpa tells her the story behind it: of his journey across the ocean to a new home, with only one small bag and a nut in his pocket.  Step by step, Grandpa teaches Emilia how to cultivate her own seed. A glowingly illustrated exploration of immigration, family bonds, and human resilience.

Harlem Grown: Harlem Grown tells the inspiring true story of how one man made a big difference in a neighborhood. After seeing how restless they were and their lack of healthy food options, Tony Hillery invited students from an underfunded school to turn a vacant lot into a beautiful and functional farm. By getting their hands dirty, these kids turned an abandoned space into something beautiful and useful while learning about healthy, sustainable eating and collaboration.

Miguel’s Community Garden: Miguel is throwing a party at his community garden for all of his friends, and he needs help searching for sunflowers to complete the celebration.  A brightly illustrated delight, this is a breezy introduction to gardening - and farm to table eating - for little readers.

A Way with Wild Things: Poppy feels perfectly at home in her garden among the flowers and dragonflies, but rather out of her element in large groups. Featuring quirky and engaging illustrations, kids will love this thought-provoking story about the quieter traits--patience, empathy, and wonder--that we too often overlook.

There's A Tiger in the Garden: A skeptical girl and her toy giraffe get lost in a jungly wonderland in her grandma's backyard, where she encounters giant dragonflies, a fishing polar bear, and, of course, a friendly tiger. Complete with resplendent illustrations inspired by impressionist painter Henri Rousseau, kids will be entranced by this beautiful story about the power of imagination.