Through 52 exciting family projects, this book inspires parents and their children to play and learn in the garden, with activities including nature trails, cooking, crafting and growing plants and vegetables.
A reference book with a twist, The Route 66 Encyclopedia presents alphabetical entries on Route 66 history, landmarks, personalities, and culture, from Bobby Troup's anthem "Route 66" to Steinbeck's The Grapes of
Building a fort, treehouse or hideaway is part of childhood's imaginary world, where anything might be possible. Forts are universal play places: you can make them almost anywhere, out of almost anything.
For the first time, Shakespeare’s Gardens brings together brand new photography of the gardens with beautiful archive images of flowers, old herbals, and 16th century illustrations.
Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Handbook offers information on annuals, perennials, edibles, and more for passionate gardeners living in the Mid-Atlantic region. With monthly tips and critical when-to-do-it information, this is a must-read.