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How Does My Garden Grow

Author : Gerda Muller
ISBN : 1782500375
Genre : Children's stories
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Seasonal story from USSBY Outstanding International Books honored author, perfect for fans of The Children�s Garden
Category: Children's stories

How Does My Garden Grow A Little Gardening Journal For Planning Plotting Out And Keeping Notes About Plants And Flowers

Author : Pow Books
ISBN : 1090344821
Genre : Nature
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How does my garden grow?: is a little gardening journal for planning, plotting out, and keeping notes about plants and flowers. Handy 6"x9" paperback Sexy matte cover finish Original flower art on cover Alternating pages for graphing/drawing/sketching/designing with notes and a fill-in-the-blank guide to keeping track of how your plants are doing Perfect gift for gardeners, farmers, hobbyists, homeowners, students, and anyone with a green thumb.
Category: Nature

How Does My Garden Grow

Author : Dorling Kindersley, Inc.
ISBN : 0756671949
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A bountiful collection of gardening activities, scientific experiments, art projects, cooking ideas and magic tricks helps youngsters learn about the structure and life cycles of plants as well as offering advice on how to grow their own gardens.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

How Does Your Garden Grow

Author : Vicki Bell
ISBN : 9780595401772
Genre : Fiction
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Hours became days and months passed by without so much as a lead. It was now September eighteenth and I had almost given up hope of ever finding Rain. Now here, on a dismal fall day, I held my breath as Wesley rolled the body onto its side and folded open the rug. In Mimosa, Oklahoma, newly promoted Detective Darrian Drake has just landed on the front line of a child homicide investigation. Drake and her partner, Sam Evans, soon learn of the abduction and murder of another child, and realize that they are faced with the possibility of a serial killer. With a seed found in each victim's small hand as their only lead, Drake and Evans find themselves working with the FBI to search for the elusive killer. Drake's personal life is also becoming complicated. Her attraction to Special Agent Hank Pembry is nearly impossible to deny, and the two become romantically involved. But as their relationship grows, so do the number of victims. With the list of suspects dwindling, the detectives have to act fast. Will they be able to find the killer before he strikes again, or will the growing attraction between Drake and Pembry compromise the investigation?
Category: Fiction

How Does Your Garden Grow

Author : Judy Bailey
ISBN : 1096033445
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This is a freestyle garden journal. Please use it to keep track of your gardening notes and calendar. It is 8 1/2 x 11" Calendar with page numbers and One hundred pages of lined paper with page numbers. Pages are white with black lettering.
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A To Zoo Subject Access To Children S Picture Books 10th Edition

Author : Rebecca L. Thomas
ISBN : 9781440834356
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 58.75 MB
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Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Satan Satan How Does Your Garden Grow

Author : Phil Collins
ISBN : 9780595096206
Genre : Fiction
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: Lucifer Satan, an ambitious young 18-billion-year-old demon from another galaxy weasels a job with Galactic Outreach Development (GOD), a government agency responsible for "The Supplementary Development of Undeveloped Planets," a process that supplies foodstuff for the inhabitants of Satan's home world. As the Field Representative for planet Sol 3, Satan mutates lizards into dinosaurs and launches "The boldly go to the Dinosaur Show" promotion(with the help of show biz types and the hindrance of government baddies)for extraterrestrial hunters. The program skyrockets Satan to intergalactic preeminence. But alas, having reamed an undersea volcano giving rise to Atlantis Island and a sin-city called "The STYX" (Sex, Torture, Youth, eXtraterrestrials) that is overrun by a newly-created aberrant race known as Homo sapiens, Satan is tried for mutational malpractice and sentenced to life exile on planet Sol 3.
Category: Fiction

A Beginner S Guide To Cacti How To Make A Cactus Garden

Author : John Davidson
ISBN : 9781311620798
Genre : Nature
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A Beginner’s Guide to Cacti - How to Make a Cactus Garden Table of Contents Introduction Cactus Spines Choosing Your Cacti Growing Your Cacti Preparing Soil for Cactus Suitable Soil for Cactus Preparing Leaf Mold Potting Your Cactus Plant Watering Your Cactus Watering Methods Light spray During Summer Cactus Decaying? Sunlight Hibernation for Cactus Protecting Your Cactus in the Winter Planting Your Cactus Offsets How to grow Cacti from Cuttings Cactus as Food Diseases and pests Appendix Cactus clubs Author Bio Introduction For all those people who have confronted a prickly pear, at least once in their lives, cacti are boring spiny plants. Also, cactus plants have long been the subject of a superstition that any house, which has cactus growing in it is going to be filled up with strife and trouble and arguments. That is because of the spines of the cactus which are known as spikes promote ill feeling. There is something so odd about a cactus plant that it is often difficult until you grow them yourself to believe that these really belong to the plant kingdom. Historically, how many pioneer explorers of the desert areas in America saw them in the twilight and thought stories of monsters with their arms outstretched, and no heads, who turned into plants in the desert in the morning. No wonder, these giants which can grow up to 63 feet have always been the subject for legends. Even today, most of us are told tales about the cactus, which many of us half believe. Some of us have heard that cacti are poisonous. Other people are going to tell us that cacti flower only once in 100 years, and only when the area is subjected to rain. The first tale is totally and true. The second tale is also untrue because certain species of cacti will flower, almost every year, if given proper cultivation and care. Cactuses, also known as cacti belong to the family Opuntiaceae. Many of these plant varieties have lost true leaves, but they still have fluted and ribbed stems. The stems store water, and many of the desert varieties have very short growing time periods. Their periods of dormancy may be long, because many times, they have to go without water and rainfall for years, especially when they are growing in the Atacama Desert. Cactus originally are natives of the Americas, except for some species, which grow in Africa.
Category: Nature

High Mileage Hearts

Author : Beverly J. Dalton
ISBN : 9780595847686
Genre : Family & Relationships
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HIGH MILEAGE HEARTS takes us back into the 20th century to days when if your dog lost the use of his hindquarters, he wasn't euthanized. Instead, he maneuvered about on a wheeled, home-built cart with a high-flying flag to pinpoint his location. The nine authors explore small town and rural living in a quieter, safer, more serene time, when fear meant the possibility of a snake dropping from the rafters rather than an act of terrorism, when a pharmacy security system was an oversized, rambunctious dog, not electronic surveillance. The authors share their quest for adventure, their quiet times, the fun and folly of their lives. The poetry addresses everything from humor to spirituality. Fiction is drawn from the imaginations and life experiences of the authors. We can't, nor perhaps would we want to, go back but we can cherish the way it used to be.
Category: Family & Relationships