Let's Make a Garden

Book, 1995, 42 pp
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Brown beans from Mexico grow beside an orange tree from Swaziland, as boys and girls from 11 nations make a garden. Xiau Liu from China brings rice, Nirmala from India offers spices, and Hans from Holland provides bright red tulips. Creative illustrations bring alive this story of hope.
"Ooh, it is all so breathtakingly simple and so beautiful. Why did we not think of it long ago--to let our children plant a garden for the world. Then maybe the Holocaust might never have happened, maybe Bosnia, Somalia, Rwanda, maybe ... Let's make up for lost time and follow Tamara's recipes to end war and to bring peace and joy and cooperation, and laughter and sharing." -- Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, Cape Town , South Africa

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