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A Special Event for:
Zinger In The Woods
Blog Tour Starts May 10th and
Ends June 13th
About the Book
Olive is searching for her missing dog Ginger, but the dog has fallen into a hole and is trapped. Along comes Zen, a homeless dog who helps free Ginger. Together, they make their way back to Olive.
This book is perfect for teaching young readers how to trust, make new friends, get out in nature, explore and investigate the world around them and learn about the best doctors, sunshine, diet, fresh air, fresh water, a goodnight’s rest, and exercise.
About the Authors
Zinger In The Woods was retold by, husband and wife authors, Mark and Tiesha Becker. The former elementary school teachers decided to write a book after fostering three malnourished puppies. Zinger In the Woods reflects the lessons they learned from being parents, doggie parents, and teachers for over thirty years.
You can discover more about M.T. Becker on their website: www.live-grow-sustain.com
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The Top Ten Reasons M.T. Becker Grows Food
Before we tell you the ten reasons we grow our own food, we would like for you to know that we purchase the majority of our fruits and vegetables. Therefore, we would like to say THANK YOU to all the farmers in the United States and around the world for feeding us! Now, the top ten reasons we grow our own food.
10. Gardening is great exercise. The gym is fine, but no workout is
like shoveling compost and hoeing weeds!
9. We grow food without tilling the soil so we reduce our carbon
8. The more food we grow the less we have to buy.
7. No food miles so our produce is super fresh and delicious.
6. We love spending time outdoors.
5. By observing nature, we learn the laws of nature.
4. We know for sure our food has not been sprayed with pesticides. 3. Eating healthy has greatly improved our physical and mental
2. Growing food has vastly increased our appreciation for Mother
1. Gardening cultivates our soul.