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Grow Organic, Eat Organic

Written by Susan Martineau

Illustrated by Martin Ursell

Grow Organic, Eat Organic Synopsis

What does organic mean? How do you make an organic garden? Why are worms and ladybirds so important? Discover the answers to these questions as well as lots of other useful advice in this lovely first book for budding organic gardeners and cooks. It's always exciting to cultivate your own plants, whether in pots, window-boxes or in the garden - and everyone loves to eat fresh, home-grown produce. This colourful book is packed with useful information and offers a clear, practical, step-by-step approach to sowing, cooking and eating in harmony with the natural world.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781908164650
Publication date: 28th November 2012
Author: Susan Martineau
Illustrator: Martin Ursell
Publisher: b small publishing limited
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 48 pages

About Susan Martineau

Lone trained as a graphic designer at St Martin's School of Art and then worked in advertising. After going freelance, Lone helped shape the style and design of the b small publishing list and has contributed to many books as co-author.|Martin has illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W.J. Corbett, books by Roald Dahl, Terry Jones, Marina Warner, Ted Hughes, Dick-King Smith and, recently, J.K. Rowling.

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