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Harriet and the garden
Nancy L. Carlson
Harriet feels terrible until she confesses to trampling on a neighbor"s garden and ruining a prize dahlia.
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Harriet feels terrible until she confesses to trampling on a neighbor's garden and ruining a prize dahlia. Book Wizard; Harriet and the Garden. By Nancy Carlson, Nancy Carlson. Grades. PreK-K, J. Genre. Fiction Harriet suffers through a night of feeling guilty about ruining Mrs. Hoozit's prize dahlia. Will Harriet come up with the. A ship was named for her; the Liberty Ship Harriet Tubman, and in the federal government issued a commemorative * postage stamp in her honor. Fergus M. Bordewich, the author of "Bound for Canaan: The Underground Railroad and the War for the Soul of America" states that myths grew up around the Underground Railroad.
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Harriet and the Garden is another one of Nancy Carlsons popular books featuring Harriet and this time, Harriet gets into trouble when she accidentally tramples her neighbors prized garden. Harriets and the Garden is a great book for children who want to read a book about the importance of telling the truth/5.
The story-line is simple and easy to understand for a year old. Even better, Harriet is not only sorry and finally tells the truth, but she also makes amends and help repair the garden she had trampled.
The message of the importance of telling the truth AND of making amends for damages done is rarely seen in children's books about truthfulness.5/5(6). Harriet Gardens, Harriet and the garden book, Ohio.
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