NEW! Green Reen the Garden King from the Color Olors Series of Children’s Books
Teach your children about the wonderful attributes of vegetables and the joy of gardening with Nina Carother’s latest inspiration, Green Reen!
Yes, Green Reen is the Garden King. To his row of vegetables he does sing. He must pick some vegetables before he can play, so his mother can make her stew today.
Out into the garden Green Reen does go. His friends show up while he is on his last row. Games are played when he is done. Vegetables are needed for a day of fun.
Published by All Star Press – Books That Change Lives in October, 2015. Geen Reen is a wonderful 32-page, full color children’s book.
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The latest inspiration of author Nina Carothers, Green Reen the Garden King, will come to life this October. Don’t miss it! 32-page full color children’s book coming soon from All Star Press.
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