The Garden That We Grew

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Puffin Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In the spring, the children have fun in the garden by planting pumpkin seeds. Over the next few months, the children soon see the leaves and flowers of their pumpkin plants start to grow. By autumn, the pumpkins are ready to be picked, and the children scoop out the pumpkins' insides to make pumpkin pie, pumpkin cookies, and jack-o'-lanterns. Full-color illustrations.

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User Review  - jackiediorio - LibraryThing

This easy reader is about the garden grown by a happy bunch of children. These children, as it turns out, are specifically growing pumpkins for pumpkin pie, which they happily devour at the end of the ... Read full review

THE GARDEN THAT WE GREW

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Holub (Scat, Cats!, above, etc.) uses a rhyming, patterned text to follow a group of five young children experiencing the growth cycle with pumpkins, from planting seeds all the way through to jack-o ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Joan Holub is the author and/or illustrator of many books for children. She lives in North Carolina, where the famous groundhog Sir Walter Wally helps watch the weather at the Museum of Natural Sciences. You can visit Joan at www.joanholub.com.

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