Today's kids do the funniest things—even in the garden!

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When you read this special GreenPrints Collection Gardening with Kids: Heartwarming & educational stories for everyone, you get some delightful stories that are truly revealing about the nature of children. Start reading—and enjoying—right now!

HINGHAM, Mass. - BostonChron -- Kids say—and do—the darndest things!

When you read the special GreenPrints Collection Gardening with Kids: Heartwarming & educational stories for everyone (https://greenprints.com/subscribe/sale20-all-ac...) today, you get the best—and funniest—real-life stories about kids in the garden.

When Bill first read the "My Dinosaur Bromeliad" story, he couldn't help but think of his grandson Nicholas. He is a dinosaur fanatic—and for a six-year-old kid, he's somewhat of an expert! He even corrects him on pronunciation.

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Nicholas loves to play outside in the yard with Bill, searching for dinosaurs. "That's a pine cone, Papa Bill," he once said. "Dinosaurs probably didn't like pine cones."

When Bill read Nicholas "My Dinosaur Bromeliad"—and he saw the cute illustration with an emerging dinosaur ("That's a T-Rex, Papa Bill!")—he immediately wanted the plant and the sponges. And he's a quick study: "B-R-O-M-E-L-I-A-D," he slowly pronounced.

"My Dinosaur Bromeliad" is just one story in the GreenPrints Special Collection Gardening with Kids: Heartwarming & educational stories for everyone (https://greenprints.com/subscribe/sale20-all-access/) that will delight you, educate you, and give you fodder for telling stories to the kids in your life.

And the GreenPrints Collection Gardening with Kids: Heartwarming & educational stories for everyone (https://greenprints.com/subscribe/sale20-all-ac...) has many more stories for you—stories that deliver the joy, delight, and wonder of kids in the garden! Here are some of the stories included in this special Collection:
  • "Charlotte's Garden"
  • "The Great Tomato Fight of 1957"
  • "My Dinosaur Bromeliad"
  • "Cambodian Flower"
  • "Mrs. Fortin's Garden"
  • "Secret Sunflowers"
  • "The Little School Garden That Didn't"
  • "Fall of the Flycatcher"
  • "Changing Gardens"
  • "Tiny Gardeners"
  • "How to Farm With Children"
  • "Dandelions for Sale"
  • "Pull, I Mean, Push!"

September is Gardening with Kids month over here at Mequoda Publishing Network and we hope you enjoy all of these stories at https://greenprints.com/toc/collections-gardening-with-kids/ and that they give you the same chuckle that they gave us!

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