Fun with kids: Compost Stew!

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Our children love books, and we love books with a good message.  I was given the opportunity to review a new book called Compost Stew, by author Mary McKenna Siddals.  I have to say.. I love it!  It is filled with fun illustrations, by Ashley Wolff, and the wording has a fantastic sing-song rhythm.  It’s fun to read and is teaching our children, in a memorable way, what goes into our compost pail.


This book makes learning about compost fun by engaging children as “Environmental Chefs”.  Compost Stew is a fantastic book to share with young children at home, in classes and other opportunities for reading times.  This fantastic book is an A to Z recipe guide for learning how to make ‘Compost Stew’.  There are lots of great illustrations giving opportunities to engage children in the story and recipe making.


This book is easy to turn into fun activities too, this would be great for classes!  After reading the book you could have your little one help collect items for your compost pail or make a drawing of what they think would make a good addition for their very own Compost Stew.


If you would like to share this book with your little one, head over to win your very own copy!  Can’t wait?  Amazon has a great price on it so that you can get your copy of Compost Stew today!


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  • Thanks for sharing Compost Stew with your readers, and encouraging them to spread a little green in the world, one apple core at a time…

    Mary McKenna Siddals

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