Trees were scarce on the Kansas prairie once. When the young Indian boy took such great pains to shelter the tiny cottonwood from the hooves of the bison, little did he realize what changes the sapling would live through! Tree in the Trail, a well-researched fiction title by Holling C. Holling, introduces children to theContinue reading “Tree in the Trail”
Both adults and young people can enjoy making their own greeting cards, and Homemade Cards by Charlene Kennell offers great tips and inspirations.
The construction of the the Transcontinental Railroad had a profound effect on America. It was symbolic of a young nation’s desire to stretch from sea to shining sea.
This handy booklet contains information on many of the mammals you are likely to see in our state, ranging from bats and mice to deer, bobcats, and coyotes.
Interested in taking a scientific approach to farming? Give this oldie a try: The First Book of Farming by Charles L. Goodrich.
Here’s a fun and easy way for young folks to learn how to cook. What makes this cookbook unique? The directions.
God bless Us, Every One! —Charles Dickens
If your children love the outdoors and also love to write, they may enjoy A Kid’s EcoJournal series by Toni Albert.
Looking for a unique gift for the chicken fan of the family? Here’s a favorite!
Practical but inviting, The Christian Kids’ Gardening Guide by Rebecca Park Totilo makes the gardening process fun and simple.