|Statement||David Maillu ; ill. by Mara Onditi.|
|Series||East African readers library ;, no. 32|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M2777 Ki|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||74983139|
Kisalu and His Fruit Garden and Other Stories David G. Maillu 41pp. East African Educ. Publ. (Junior Readers series, 6) $/Pound Kofi in the Dentist's ChairNEW TITLE T.A. Richardson 40pp. ill. Afram Publ. (Ghana) Ltd. $/Pound Konko. The Naughty Little Monkey Lanna Solaru. The book goes through counting 1 to 12 and shows items from the garden in each example. I enjoyed that there was a little extra to the counting book concept, but it's not something that I would use in a gardening storytime/5. Kisalu and His Fruit Garden and Other Stories (Junior Readers Series) by David G. Maillu 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Dec 2, - Explore mentorfiu's board "Fruit & Vegetable Children's Books" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Childrens books, Books and Fruit pins.
From the author of the #1 bestseller Senatorial Privilege comes this shocking, true story of the crimes, investigation, and trial of Antone Costa, the Cape Cod killer. The eventual discovery of the four horribly mutilated bodies buried in a secret place in the woods that the grisly serial killer called "his garden", and the subsequent trial seized Price Range: $ - $ The stories that stay with kids are ones that feel authentic and true, even if they can’t articulate why. These are stories that speak through the language of wonder, a native tongue we are all born knowing but can easily be forgotten through neglect and disuse. I think The Curious Garden by Peter Brown is a great children’s book. Inspired. Apples, Cherries, Red Raspberries – By Brian Cleary. You Are Healthy – By Todd Snow. Growing Vegetable Soup – By Lois Ehlert. A Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds – By Jean Richards. Do you have a favorite children’s book about fruits and vegetables? Feel free to share your suggestions in the comments below. Filed Under: Books. Stories in the Garden. By LaNese Mahan, MIAP-Noble Fellow Posted Oct. 10, One of the many things I have enjoyed about working in the garden is story time. While working, my friends and I share stories about our lives, families and experiences as well as old wives' tales. These stories have been a great way for us to share more about Author: Lanese Mahan.