Mr. Green Grows a Garden

In the middle of the big city, there was a tired, ugly place that made Mr. Green feel very sad So begins this uplifting and charming story of the magic that can happen when young people, older people, and plants come together. Mr. Green and his friend Mo turn an abandoned, forlorn space into a garden for their community in this inspirational story. The story explores the importance of planting trees and creating places for wildlife, rebuilding ecosystems, embracing intergenerational friendships, and how discovering nature and being outdoors is good for our mental health. The story is told with beautiful artwork created from collage and pencil drawings.

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8 1/4 x 11
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Library Bound
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Ruth Owen
Lerner Publishing Group (Ruby Tuesday Bo
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