Saturday, July 5, 2014

Recommended Reading: Agriculture

A Farmer’s Life for Me by Jan Dobbins
Ever wonder where our fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, and meat come from? Come take a delightfully whimsical look at a farm family’s day as they tend to their chores from milking the cow, to mowing the hay, and collecting eggs from the hen house. The young farming children display enthusiasm, pride, and teamwork. Includes a musical CD.

An Edible Alphabet by Carol Watterson
This farmyard feast is guaranteed to entertain and inform children as they tour the A to Z’s of farm life with animals, fruits, and vegetables. “Twenty-six reasons to love the farm” are depicted in colorful, collage illustrations, lively language, silly sentences, and intriguing facts.

Recommended by Cynthia, children's librarian at the Pruitt Library, Roosevelt HS

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