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This gorgeous, full-color exploration of the family garden--stuffed with resourceful ideas and easy--to-complete projects--shows how to create thriving gardens that serve both the child's need for creative play and the adult's yearning for beauty and serenity. 100 full-color photos. This gorgeous, full-color exploration of the family garden--stuffed with resourceful ideas and easy--to-complete projects--shows how to create thriving gardens that serve both the child's need for creative play and the adult's yearning for beauty and serenity. 100 full-color photos.


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This gorgeous, full-color exploration of the family garden--stuffed with resourceful ideas and easy--to-complete projects--shows how to create thriving gardens that serve both the child's need for creative play and the adult's yearning for beauty and serenity. 100 full-color photos. This gorgeous, full-color exploration of the family garden--stuffed with resourceful ideas and easy--to-complete projects--shows how to create thriving gardens that serve both the child's need for creative play and the adult's yearning for beauty and serenity. 100 full-color photos.

43 review for A Childs Garden: Enchanting Outdoor Spaces for Children and Parents

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pam Penick

    I admire this book’s combination of exuberance and earnestness. It tells you what makes kids happy in a garden and illustrates how to incorporate these features into your garden. Dannenmaier’s description of how children really play in a garden is a good eye-opener for those who design gardens that children will use.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bickety Bam

    Lots of great pictures. The focus is on several fantastic children's gardens--some public, some private. All seem out of reach for the average person. Surprisingly few practical plans, but lots of ideas you can adapt to your yard if you are the creative type. Lots of great pictures. The focus is on several fantastic children's gardens--some public, some private. All seem out of reach for the average person. Surprisingly few practical plans, but lots of ideas you can adapt to your yard if you are the creative type.

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