Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots

Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots

Second in a series of early readers

by Jerilynn Henrikson ~ illustrated by Patty Kahn

Join Joe in Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots, Book 2 of a three volume series about his continuing adventures with gardening. Thanks to his pup, Moe, he finds his lost new hoe, and the veggie growing begins! Joe is growing too, and so will young readers as they expand vocabularies and ideas. Joe loves to share what he grows with his family and their lively, diverse community. Jerilynn Henrikson’s clever use of language and Patty Kahn’s colorful illustrations provide sparks to fire young imaginations.

Book 1–No Weeds, No Bugs, No Bunnies

Book 2–Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots

Book 3–Gardener Joe and Sister Pam Make Jam

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Find other books and products for kids by Jerilynn Henrikson at www.prairiepatchwork.com, including her historical fiction chapter book for middle grades about the family of William Allen White, Teddy the Ghost Dog of Red Rocks.

Contact Patty Kahn by email at comfortbeads@yahoo.com. Besides illustration, she specializes in Jewelry, Mosaics, Fiber Art, Drawings, and Cards.

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This is Jerilynn Henrikson’s seventh book for kids. As a teacher, mom, and grandmother, she has always enjoyed hearing, reading, writing, and telling stories. She and Patricia Kahn have teamed up to create a three book series of early readers about young Joe and his gardening.

Find other books and products for kids by Jerilynn Henrikson at www.prairiepatchwork.com. Her historical fiction chapter book for middle grades about the family of William Allen White, Teddy the Ghost Dog of Red Rocks, and a joyful memoir, Seven to One: My Life Measured in Dog Years, is also available at Rowe Publishing.

As a lifelong artist, Patricia Kahn, Ph.D. has worked in the areas of commercial interior design, art and medical illustration. She served as the director of an art therapy program, a public school art teacher and a university professor of art education. She currently is involved in art making, teaching art and running an outreach art program in Topeka, Kansas.

ISBN:

978-1-939054-79-1 (hardcover)

Trim Size: 8.5″ x 11.0″

Pages: 36

Interior: Color

Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots

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