Everything I Know I Learned in My Garden: Life's Lessons in My Own Backyard

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Harvest House Publishers, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 46 pages
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Bestselling author Barnes and artist Rios, the talented women who created "The Twelve Teas of Friendship, " now team together to share "Everything I Know I Learned in My Garden." Nestled among the lush garden settings and floral-infused paintings are 14 life lessons Barnes has harvested while toiling among her flowers.

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I was drawn to this book because of the title, but it wasn't good. It was actually a one page book--notjing should have been written after that first page. Read full review

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Emilie Barnes has written numerous books and travels extensively to spread her ministry of "More Hours in My Day." She and her husband Bob preach how energy, enthusiasm, and encouragement can help Christian women cope with their daily activities. Her books, such as Fifteen Minutes Alone with God, Survival for Busy Women, and Emilie's Creative Home Organizer, help women deal with time management in an inspirational manner. In addition to her organizational books, Barnes also writes about precious objects in her life and the cherished moments they hold. In If Teacups Could Talk, she explains how and why she named her teacup collection and the stories behind the cups. In Timeless Treasures, she discusses discovering and collecting cherished heirlooms, explaining that heirlooms are pieces of history and represent a special love.

The inspirational art of Susan Rios adorns hundreds of successful calendars, address books, monthly planners, and journals that are distributed by AMCAL. In 1995 she started her own publishing company and has enjoyed the freedom to follow her dream of doing what she loves: painting. Her artwork appears in The Twelve Teas of Friendship and For This Child I Prayed. Susan makes her home in California.

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