Topic: Local Food

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by Bao Phi

“Dad smiles, his teeth broken and white in the dark, because we have a few fish and he knows we will eat tonight.”

by Jasbinder Bilan

“I screw my eyes tightly closed, place my palms together and say a prayer . . . I hear the rushing water of the Ganges, the mountain winds whistling their way through the valleys of Moormanali and connect to the ancient rhythms of my ancestors.”

by Michaela Goade

“We take care of the land… as the land takes care of us. Gunalchéesh, I say giving thanks.”

by Jacqueline Briggs Martin

“Will believed everyone, everywhere, had a right to good food. But how could Will farm in the middle of pavement and parking lots?”

by Gerda Muller

“Before a fruit can grow, there has to be a flower”

by Lily Williams

“From food to medicine to clothing, bees help keep our lives going.”

by Mélina Mangal

“The magic of nature was all around them—right there in the middle of the city.”

by Sadé Smith

“Julie loved all kinds of fruit. But the ones she loved most were mangoes.”

by Anne Wynter

“Before anyone finds out how high they can climb, Nell picks up a seed.”

by Danna Smith

“A rooftop garden is what we need / Friends and family all agree. / A garden starts with hardy seeds. / A rooftop garden is what we need.”

by Karina Nicole González

“He hands me a fistful of vegetable seeds and says, ‘This is our gold’.”

by Penelope Arlon, Susan Hayes

“This is a book that turns itself into dozens of eco-projects to inspire you to think more about the planet we all call home.”

by Kate Messner

“Down in the dirt is a whole busy world of earthworms and insects, digging and building and stirring up soil. They’re already working down in the dirt.”