a beautiful way to think about food, abundance and responsibility

a beautiful way to think about food, abundance and responsibility

ages 3 to grownup
For adults, teens and children ... an eye opening look at the way the world eats.  Families around the world are pictured with a weeks worth of food. The contrasts are extraordinary, it's fascinating stuff.  

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a real-life story about the value of work and philanthropy

a real-life story about the value of work and philanthropy

Set in Ghana. Years ago, when Max was eight, we had a conversation that went something like this:
Max:  So Mum what is the solution to the people in Africa who only have one bag of grain a month to eat. One Hen goes a long way towards answering that question.
ages 4 to 12 years

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a lovely bedding-down story for the end of the day

a lovely bedding-down story for the end of the day

ages newborn to early childhood
In our house at least, Big Red Barn is a bedtime book. It’s the softly told story of farm animals bedding down for the night ... lovely, calming and reassuring. And elevating.

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unexpected challenges enrich lives when approached with curiosity and courage

unexpected challenges enrich lives when approached with curiosity and courage

ages 2 to 4 years
Set in Australia. Backyard chooks (chickens) are endlessly entertaining, full of personality, charming to watch and obliging with lovely eggs. Peggy is a backyard chook with a lovely little house in a suburban back yard. This is the story of the day she takes on the city!
 

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