Category: Environmental Interactions

Featured Book: “Red and Lulu”

With its beautiful illustrations, Matt Tavares, tells the tale of Red and Lulu, two cardinals whose happy home is in a beautiful evergreen in the front yard of a little house…but not for long. While Red searches for food, the tree is cut down… Continue Reading “Featured Book: “Red and Lulu””

Tuesday Morning Reads for December 12, 2017

During my latest trip to the “new books” section of the library, I came across these books. 🙂 Sun and Moon, Folk Tales by Various Artists: As a paper crafter, I loved the texture of the pages and the beautiful artwork displayed in this book.… Continue Reading “Tuesday Morning Reads for December 12, 2017”

Featured Book: “Tree” by Britta Teckentrup

This was a great Costco find one afternoon. I was pulled in by the title, the colorful illustrations, and this idea of a “peek-through picture book”. What was that? I wondered. I loved the out-of-the-box thinking that used the depth from the pages themselves… Continue Reading “Featured Book: “Tree” by Britta Teckentrup”

Featured Book:Planting the Trees of Kenya: The Story of Wangari Maathai

I am so glad I sat down today and took a long moment to read this book. When I selected it from the library, through an online search, the words “trees” and “Kenya” caught my eye, as I hoped it would offer a widen… Continue Reading “Featured Book:Planting the Trees of Kenya: The Story of Wangari Maathai”

Featured Book: “If you plant a seed”

Book Summary: “If you plant a carrot seed…a carrot will grow. But what happens if you plant a seed of kindness…or selfishness?” If you know this author and illustrator, then it will be of no surprise that the pictures, the paintings, are breathtaking. He… Continue Reading “Featured Book: “If you plant a seed””