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Gardens Grow Minds: Schools as Green Educator Author Mary Quattlebaum’s new article discusses value of school gardens and highlights a native plant pollinator garden I have had worked on. Mary’s new book is Jo MacDonald Had a Garden is a lovely book for young children to sing along with. Dawn Publications has many books that share stories about children in nature.



9 Responses to “Gardens Grow Minds Article by Mary Quattlebaum”

  1. Carmen

    Very cool to be research for a site!

  2. Carmen

    I meant: Very cool to be research for a book!

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  5. Mary Quattlebaum

    Thanks much for sharing news of “Jo MacDonald Had a Garden” on your lovely blog and for all your wonderful insights for the article.

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