Huerta: cosecha lo que siembras

De Monica Martin, La Chacra: educational gardens
Illustrated by Yael frankel

This book is for the whole family, teachers and students, and for all ages. You just have to get excited, follow the simple instructions and you can have your own garden. The garden is a system in which everything is related to each other and allows life to emerge from the earth converted into fresh food that arrives directly at your table with all the nutrients that your body needs. Having a garden at home is the best thing you can do for yourself and for the planet. Become a small urban farmer and join the thousands of children who are growing their own vegetables… and changing the World as well.

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Recommended for 5 to 12 years
Roof with exposed edges and rounded tips
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 24,5 20 cm x
Pages: 48
Vintage: 2016
ISBN: 978-956-364-007-6


It was a surprise how complete the book is. Initially we bought it to motivate my 3-year-old daughter to make our garden, but the truth was that it remained as a reference book for everyone! ... Excellent content and beautiful illustrations. 

Nathaly Barahona, Amanuta customer.


Monica Martin He is a journalist and a Master in Communication and Education. She has been a researcher at the Education Division of the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC and Director of Strategic Communication of the Department of Economics at the University of Chile, the Enseña Chile Foundation and currently holds the same position for the Ministry of Science, Technology , Knowledge and Innovation, with a focus on projects of political and citizen relevance.

Yael frankel, Argentine, writer and illustrator of children's books, born in Buenos Aires. He has published with publishers in his country and in Colombia, Chile, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, China and South Korea. He exhibited his work at the Bologna Book Fair, Italy, in 2015 and 2016. His book A simple sight, edited by Amanuta, was included in The White Ravens catalog.