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Kids in the Wild Garden
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Elizabeth McCorquodale is the author of "Growing Stuff: An Alternative Guide to Gardening" and "Kids in the Garden: Growing Plants for Food and Fun."
Elizabeth studied Amenity Horticulture and Landscape Design at Algonquin College in Ottawa. After returning to the UK, she spent three years working in a Garden Center before becoming a freelance garden adviser and designer. She has also worked at a local school, helping children to learn about plants and growing things in the garden.
Elizabeth McCorquodale lives in the UK.

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"A gem of a book! [...] this fresh and playful book if brimming with colourful ideas, experiments, projects, recipes and games for children of all ages." "Green Living Magazine"

"Devised by passionate gardener Elizabeth McCorquodale, the book offers a playful hands-on guide to the outdoors, encouraging bussing explorers to see gardens as their own nature reserve full of interesting activities to stimulate their senses." "Kitchen Garden Magazine"

""Kids in the Wild Garden" encourages youngsters to pull on their wellies and venture off the garden path to learn all about the fauna to be found right outside their back door." "Gloucester Echo"

"Bake a cake ... to rescue starving starlings." "The Times"

"For a practical list of suggested projects, as well as lots of fun nature education information quizzes and activities, read "Kids in the Wild Garden." " " The Midwest Book Review"

"A gem of a book! [] this fresh and playful book if brimming with colourful ideas, experiments, projects, recipes and games for children of all ages." "Green Living Magazine"
"Devised by passionate gardener Elizabeth McCorquodale, the book offers a playful hands-on guide to the outdoors, encouraging bussing explorers to see gardens as their own nature reserve full of interesting activities to stimulate their senses." "Kitchen Garden Magazine"
""Kids in the Wild Garden" encourages youngsters to pull on their wellies and venture off the garden path to learn all about the fauna to be found right outside their back door." "Gloucester Echo"
"Bake a cake to rescue starving starlings." "The Times"
"For a practical list of suggested projects, as well as lots of fun nature education information quizzes and activities, read "Kids in the Wild Garden." " " The Midwest Book Review""

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