Mary Quattlebaum’s Archive

Old MacDonald Had a … Garden? 5 Tips to Make Your Vegetable Garden Wildlife-Friendly

Yes—Old MacDonald did have a garden!  Jo MacDonald, the granddaughter of the old gent in the popular children’s song, introduces kids to garden creatures in my new children’s book Jo MacDonald …

A Home-Grown Father’s Day Gift

One year my daughter made my husband what he considers his favorite Father’s Day gift: A garden.

Hummingbirds for Mother’s Day

Children’s author Mary Quattlebaum reviews Hummingbirds: Facts and Folklore from the Americas.

Bring on the Birds

Celebrate Birds and Poetry This Spring

April brings backyard birds and National Poetry Month! Your family can celebrate with a delightful rhyming picture book, Bring on the Birds

Girl exploring the garden

Spring Winds and Green Things

Green Hearts for Valentine’s Day

Nature Gives the Family Respite During Holiday Hoopla

Girl in leaves

Thanking Nature for Bounty and Blessings

Children’s author Mary Quattlebaum shares a book about eight Earth Heroes who “gave back” to the natural world.

Robin in Tree

“Tweet” This: Start a Bird Journal

Children’s author Mary Quattlebaum inspires kids to keep tabs on the neighborhood flocks

Urban gardeners

How to Experience Nature in the City in Seven Days

Nature in the city? Nothing, nada, zip. Or at least that’s the popular myth. The reality is abundant, quirky, intriguing, green (and pink, brown, gray, black, sleek, furred and feathered). The …

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