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Children's Gardening book


Pocket-Sized Farms - Kid's Garden Book

After three years of gardening with children in the London, Ontario,
area,
LifeSpin has produced the "Pocket-Sized Farms Kid's Garden Book".
Organized around the seasons the book is designed for children to use as
members of a school garden club or in their own backyards. The book uses
two fictional characters, the Crow and the scarecrow, in a rhyming story
format to guide children through a series of important organic
gar-dening principles. It is in-tended both as a source of inspiration
and a learning opportunity for children. Evocatively illustrated by Jay
Cassels, the book includes a number of journal pages to make garden
notes as well as space for kids to design their own garden  plan.

The childrenís book is part of a package of materials that LifeSpin is
developing to encourage London area schools to develop pro-ductive,
inspiring gardens on currently barren school yards. We believe these
spaces can be a source of healthy, organic food. The second part of the
package is a Teacherís and Parentís Guide to Organic Gardening that will
be available soon. This will include organic gardening advice, a number
of  educational activities, and specific tips for gardening
with young kids.

The Kid's workbook - Pocket-Sized Farms sells for $10 each or $8.50 each
for five or more copies.
The "Teacher's and Parent's Guide to Organic Gardening" will sell for
$15 each.

Call Rob Barrs at LifeSpin (519) 438 8676 ext.31 to order copies or
complete the order form below.
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                                                        Order Form

I would like to order _____copies of the Kidís Garden Book ďPocket-Sized

FarmsĒ @ $10 each ($8.50 each for 5 copies or more). Please add $1.50
shipping and handling for each copy.

I would like to pre-order _____copies of the ďTeacherís and Parentís
Guide to Organic GardeningĒ @ $15 each plus $1.50 shipping & handling.

Name: ________________________

Address:_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________________

Tel : ________________

Please return your order enclosing a cheque/money order in Canadian
funds for the total amount (made payable to LifeSpin)

Send to: LIFESPIN, PO Box 2801, London, ON. N6A 4H4, Canada.
or Fax: (519) 438 793

For more information about LifeSpin and Pocket-Sized Farms please visit
our web-site at www.execulink.com/~life/



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