Individual Author Record
Name: Stephanie BloomPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Children; Born:
-- Stephanie Bloom on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=stephanie+bloom
Illinois ConnectionStephanie graduated from Northwestern University in Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationSince graduating from Northwestern University and The American University Washington College of Law, Stephanie has followed her diverse interests into a variety of fields, working as an international radio reporter, teaching cartooning and standup comedy to junior high school students, practicing employment law for four VERY long years, and heading a youth-at-risk program for grade school children.
- A Place to Grow, Bloom & Grow Books, 2002
Titles At Your Library
A Place to Grow
ISBN: 1931969078 Bloom & Grow Books. 2016 2018 UPDATE: A Place to Grow continues to be featured in Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! (LGEG)--the innovative new evidence-based curriculum project of the International Junior Master Gardener® Program. LGEG grows good kids through an interdisciplinary program combining academic achievement, gardening, nutrient-dense food experiences, physical activity, and school and family engagement.
"But I'm not like other seeds. I'm a floater, not a grower."
"You are a grower," whispered the Wind, "because that's what seeds do--they grow."
No matter where it lands or how desperately it hopes, the tiny seed can't find a place to grow. Will the tiny seed ever find a home, or will it keep searching and floating forever?
Together, the book's universal story, lyrical cadence and intriguing perspectives vividly convey the inspiring journey of a tiny seed navigating its way through a very big world.
With playful charm and touching insight, A Place to Grow joyfully affirms that there is a special place, plan and purpose for each of us.