Kids In The Garden - Special Offer

February 26, 2010

Black Dog Publishing (who published ‘Growing Stuff: An Alternative Guide To Gardening‘ to which I contributed a couple of items) have kindly offered to give any readers of this blog or my ezine a discount of 40% off the purchase price of the Kids In The Garden book,  i.e. it will cost you just £5.97 instead of £9.95.

Here is their description of the book:

Kids in the Garden is a fun and accessible guide for children to use on their own or with adults. Packed with over 50 project ideas and recipes, Kids in the Garden encourages children to learn about gardening, healthy eating and caring for the environment in a simple and engaging way.
With easy to follow, step-by-step instructions, colourful photography and fun illustrations, Kids in the Garden will appeal to children of all ages and their parents. Covering a range of gardening topics such as harvesting seasons, encouraging wildlife in your garden, growing plants from seed, and the water cycle, Kids in the Garden is ideal for any inquisitive youngster, whether already green-fingered or a complete gardening novice.
Each topic introduced in Kids in the Garden is brought to life with a number of hands-on projects such as how to build mini-ponds, birdhouses and wormeries, how to make compost, how to take cuttings and how to grow vegetables in pots. As well as these engaging projects, Kids in the Garden is also packed with simple and delicious recipes to help children make the most of the fresh produce they have nurtured and complete the cycle from plot to plate. These recipes include; one pot jam, alphabet soup, rhubarb flapjacks, minty fizz and easy pizza sauce.
Kids in the Garden teaches children some of the fundamental aspects of gardening, sustainability, money-saving and healthy eating without them even realising! It is the ideal book for any family preparing to grow their own this spring.

To get your discounted copy, please email, quoting ‘Mad About Herbs Offer’ as the subject of the email.

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