It's Harvest Time (Hardcover)

It's Harvest Time By Katarah Jordan Cover Image

It's Harvest Time (Hardcover)

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It's Harvest Time is a heartwarming children's book that celebrates the power of land and, family connection, and the joy of growing and sharing food. Join the Bees, an African-American family, as they embark on a journey of love and togetherness in their home garden.

In this beautifully illustrated story, readers will meet Mom, Dad, and their children, Arielle and Hasshan. Together, they curate a vibrant garden, transforming their backyard into a flourishing oasis. Through each season, they sow seeds, nurture their crops, and watch as nature works its magic.

As the plants grow, so does the bond within the Bee family. They learn about the importance of patience, care, and hard work, realizing that every member has a unique role to play in tending the garden. Through their labor of love, they discover the wonders of nature and the value of teamwork.

But the Bee family's garden is not just for their own enjoyment. They believe in the power of community and sharing. As the harvest season arrives, they gather their bountiful crops and share them with their friends and neighbors. The act of giving becomes a joyful celebration of unity and gratitude.

It's Harvest Time is a story that highlights the significance of land liberation and the deep connection between people and nature. It encourages children to appreciate the Earth's gifts, teaching them about sustainable practices, and fostering a sense of responsibility toward the environment.

This delightful book inspires young readers to explore the magic of gardening, encourages family bonding, and instills the values of generosity and community. Through the Bees family's story, children will be inspired to embark on their own gardening adventures, discovering the wonders of the Earth and the joy of sharing its abundant harvest.

"May we raise our children with our indigenous love, rather than with our colonial pain." -Indigenous Motherhood

Product Details ISBN: 9781958711538
ISBN-10: 1958711535
Publisher: Bright Communications LLC
Publication Date: June 2nd, 2023
Pages: 18
Language: English