Grandma June’s Garden Secret

In a town called Butter Bean, on a green porch swing, Miz Lillie plans her garden. But wait! What was Grandma June’s secret for helping plants to grow strong and tasty? Will Miz Lillie remember in time?

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Join Miz Lillie, her friends Maxwell and Minnie, and Oscar the marmalade cat, through a year of friendship and gardening, from planning the plantings through sharing the harvest.

Grandma June’s Garden Secret & 2 Cherokee Folk Tales is a new audio storybook for young readers by Lorna Miller.  Children ages four to eight can follow Miz Lillie and her friends through the seasons as they pitch in together to grow a bountiful garden for all to share.  In addition a re-telling of two Cherokee Folktales by Lorna’s children and friend Sam, complete the CD.

Grandma June’s Garden Secret is available now as an audio storybook with music and song.  Get your copy now from CDBaby! The softcover edition will follow at a later date. Check back soon for more details!

4 thoughts on “Grandma June’s Garden Secret”

  1. What a great story and fine presentation. Congratulations on a true contribution to families all over the Northwest. My grandchildren listen to the story over and over … they all just love it. Finally, someone presents a wholesome contribution to the development of our children. I’m all ready looking forward to your next production. Thank you!

  2. Lorna gave this to me a couple of weeks ago and my 5-year-old daughter can’t get enough of it! Every time we get in the car she asks, “Dada, can we hear the garden story?”. It’s a great production through & through. I enjoyed the Native American stories at the end also. It makes me happy to know that people are making quality audio storybooks such as this locally. Lorna is one of the nicest people I have ever met, and she deserves many praises for this. I too hope she makes more!

  3. My wife, myself and our two grandchildren loved the story. The kids had a good discussion about the garden and the Cherokee tales. Keep writting Lorna, It was a joy.

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