Lighthouse Seeds

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Down East Enterprise, Incorporated, Jul 1, 2004
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Mount Desert Rock is a barren, desolate island 26 miles off the coast of Maine, yet there was a lighthouse station there that needed tending before the days of automation. One year, towards the end of the 19th century, fishermen felt so sorry for the family that had to live there, they brought in bags of soil, which the family crammed into cracks in the rocky ledge, and seeds that produced such an abundance of flowers and vegetables in that soil that the island became known as “God’s Rock Garden.” This true story is the basis of a new children’s book, Lighthouse Seeds, written by Pamela Love, illustrated by Linda Warner, and published by Down East Books of Camden, Maine.

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About the author (2004)

This is the third book by Pamela Love, following A Loon Alone and A Cub Explores, also from Down East Books. She began writing professionally in 1995. Her children’s poems, plays, and stories have been published in Ladybug, Cricket, Plays, Pockets, and Children’s Playmate. She lives in Columbia, Maryland, with her husband and son.

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