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Like kitchen skills, good gardening can be taught early. That certainly applies to planning and creating the small, self-sufficient plots of the Square Foot Gardening movement. No one has been more active or influential in that movement than Mel Bartholomew, the author of the popular All New Square Foot Gardening. His latest book brings youngsters into the planter's process, teaching them the basics of a gridded box specialty perfect for their own small sizes. This talented veteran communicator covers everything in this trade paperback original; from seed planting and water conservation; to the science and math associated with growing; to harvesting, eating, and appreciating nature's bounty. We're certain too that the parents and teachers overseeing this process will learn a few things too about this ecologically sound method.