As a youth worker for 20 years and with three children of her own, author Jane Rhodes has been fortunate enough to have spent much of her life surrounded by children.
Her ethos for young children is learning through fun – a visual, informal education to inspire children to develop their curiosity and to want to know more.
A simple activity engaging family or friends adds to the magical years of childhood. With Jane’s new book, Margot and the Magical Plant, children can follow Margot’s exciting plant adventure.
Watch as the mystery seeds grow and change along the way – as if by magic! You can even finish the story with a photograph of your very own magical plant.
It’s a perfect summertime journey of discovery, with plenty of laughs and giggles along the way.
Life often runs away with us and finding moments to enjoy new and interesting activities takes time and effort. It took Jane almost ten years to turn her idea for this book into reality.
Searching for quality time is difficult, yet equally, we all want to share in that experience because we know how good it makes everyone feel.
Over the years Jane has loved spending time in the garden and the children have too. This is why she felt so inspired to put this book together – something to help busy adults find a simple way of spending time with their families that is educational yet lots of fun, and creating good times that you can look back on for years to come.
Join Margot in the story and plant those tomato seeds. They will grow anywhere, even in a cup on a windowsill, so no excuses!
The story has humour and will nurture children’s imaginations. On the very last page you add a photograph, which is why this is more than a story book – it is your story too.
Find out more about Margot and the Magical Plant here.
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