A Little Guide to Gardening by Jo Elworthy
  

A Little Guide to Gardening

Written by Jo Elworthy
Illustrated by Eleanor Taylor
Part of the A Little Guide Series

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A delightful and interactive and engaging take on gardening for children. Packed full of tips, activities and wonderfully simple recipes this is a beautiful gift for children - and the ideal tool for parents hoping to encourage their little ones outdoors. Written by Jo Elworthy, a director of the stunning Eden Project, and brought to life by Eleanor Taylor who is also the illustrator of Emma Thompson's gorgeous Peter Rabbit books.

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Synopsis

A Little Guide to Gardening by Jo Elworthy

A garden can be anywhere - in pots, on a balcony, an allotment or a garden at home or school - and this is the perfect book to get you started! Packed full of simple gardening tips, interesting information, recipes and gorgeous illustrations, learn how to plant, nurture and even eat the things you grow!


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About the Author

Jo Elworthy (Author) Dr Jo Elworthy is Director of Interpretation at the Eden Project in Cornwall and has worked there since it opened communicating Eden's story with the public. Jo Elworthy, prev. Readman, also works as a freelance author of children's books and adults gardening books. She has also worked as a consultant, writer, lecturer, teacher and television producer specialising in horticulture and botany. Her career is based around the public understanding of science and environmental issues. Jo has a 1st class hons degree in Plant Science and a PhD in plant biochemistry. She lives in Cornwall with her family and garden.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Jo Elworthy
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Publisher

Eden Project Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

3rd March 2016

ISBN

9780957490727

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