[PDF] ↠ Free Read ✓ Eddie's Garden and How to Make Things Grow : by Sarah Garland ß

By Sarah Garland | Comments: ( 940 ) | Date: ( Jan 28, 2020 )

What makes Eddie s garden grow Earth, rain, sun, and all sorts of creatures, of course Eddie works hard digging, pulling weeds, and watering his plants and soon his garden is magnificent, from his string bean house to his tall sunflowers How his garden develops and grows is clearly and delightfully told in this gentle story with colorful illustrations by Sarah GarlaWhat makes Eddie s garden grow Earth, rain, sun, and all sorts of creatures, of course Eddie works hard digging, pulling weeds, and watering his plants and soon his garden is magnificent, from his string bean house to his tall sunflowers How his garden develops and grows is clearly and delightfully told in this gentle story with colorful illustrations by Sarah Garland Children will be inspired by the idea that they can grow plants themselves that the whole family will eat and enjoy The book includes full information on growing a garden like Eddie s in a home garden or containers.


  • Title: Eddie's Garden and How to Make Things Grow
  • Author: Sarah Garland
  • ISBN: 9781845070151
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Sarah Garland

There is than one author with this name.Sarah Garland has written and illustrated over forty picture books and adventure stories for young children She is best known for her warm and witty portrayals of family relationships, and for her outstanding work for preschool picture books.She lives in the beautiful village of Chedworth in the Cotswolds withher husband, artist David Garland.



Comments Eddie's Garden and How to Make Things Grow

  • Alex Butler

    One day Eddie asks his mother if he can have his own garden, and of course his baby sister Lily wants in too! What an exciting prospect, to have your own garden. This book details the many joys and trials of having your own garden; from painstakingly creating a hole for every pea seed, to what happens when slugs attack your garden!I have used this book in a Year 1 class to introduce a learning journey around plants and growing. The children enjoyed the book as well as learnt a lot of the ins and [...]


  • Gemma

    This is a wonderful story, typical of author-illustrator Sarah Garland in its delivery of a heart-warming tale that brings the reader to the soul of traditional (perhaps idyllic) family life. Eddie's mum is a keen gardener, and Eddie, feeling inspired, would like a garden of his own. The book follows Eddie's quest, and thereby the factual process of creating your own garden, to realise his wish; while mischievous younger sister Lily adds some laughter. Human emotion, especially that of Eddie, is [...]


  • Mandy J. Hoffman

    I was looking for some simple, yet well written books for young kids about how things grow. This fits the bill perfectly!While it's a cute story about a little boy who grows his own garden it's also about his not so helpful sister and her like of worms! But all the while you read you will be learning about gardening and how things grow and what they need to survive. You might even be inspired enough to go out and dig your garden patch!


  • Susan

    An appealing and realistic story of a mother, boy and baby sister planning and putting together a back yard garden and reaping their harvest, warm and humorous family moments, especially some sibling silliness for growing a similar garden yourself are in the back. The art is well-matched.


  • Sarah

    Super cute and simply informational. Author included how everything in the garden works together to make things grow simple enough for even the youngest child to understand. My 3-year-old was most excited about the bean tee-pee because she knows we are going to grow one if the snow ever melts!


  • Emily

    Believable, and kids can easily relate. After reading this and Jody's Beans, we had to go to the nearest gardening store and buy a packet of pole bean seeds. We'll buy the bamboo poles after the seedlings sprout. How magical. (Now if only it works)


  • Rosemary

    A great book for children. My only gripe is that the mum first went off to the shop to buy everything, making gardening sound expensive. (But to be fair she later saves seeds from a pumpkin and plants things in an old boot.)


  • Marie

    This is one of the best garden picture books I have read and recently I have been reading a lot because of our summer reading program!


  • lily

    Lily was going to check her pumpkin right after she planted the seed and Eddie said, "they don't grow that fast."


  • CFAITC

    Learn how plants need soil, sun and water to make plants in Eddie's garden grow, and learn some specifics about garden pests and flowers.


  • Hazel Honeycutt-Dill

    Thank you to Cheryl for recommending the book. It was awesome awesome awesome. It was super super super super awesome. I liked about it that it was about growing a garden. HHD/sh


  • Heidi-Marie

    Simple book showing children who are excited to make plants grow. Can be used to get other children excited. Cute drawings. I like the little girl's "contributions" and how she wants to eat worms.


  • Emkoshka

    A nice book to use to facilitate children's involvement in gardening and understanding where their food comes from. Who wouldn't love a garden where the cubby or den is inside a bean plant?!


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