Parents of Young Children

 Early GDGarden Learner

Early Grandad's Garden learner!

Congratulations on such a wonderful book. My children (3 and 6 years old) love it!’ Cindy 

‘I can’t believe how insightful my daughter is’ – Alan, young Dad after reading GDG with his 5 year old daughter 

‘Both my husband and I love GDG and enjoy reading it with our 5 year old son. We are looking for a new home and agreed it must have room for us to develop our own growth trail garden’ Danielle, young mum and medico 

‘When we were packing for our holidays Jack grabbed his copy of GDG and told us it was coming too’ – Sonia, young Mum on Jack, her six year old son 

‘I am entranced by the beauty, message and stunning art work of GDG. My father bought a copy for all his children and their families’ Kirsty 

‘Sam was terrified of swimming lessons, but through his tears he remembered he needed courage to overcome his fears. Thank you GDG’ - 3 year old Sam’s mum 

‘Last night I was reading GDG to my 8 year old son. When I asked him if he had any hurts inside he told me he did. Turns out he was frightened of his teacher, who appeared fierce to him. He didn’t want to go to school. GDG helped him open up and share his pain. Thank you GDG’ - mum 

‘I would buy this book on the strength of the artwork alone’ – Angie, young mum 

‘If I pass these values on to my son, I would be setting him up for life!’ – Matt, young dad 

‘So many children’s books work against the values we are trying to teach our children. This one works with us’ – Gillian, young Mum 

‘Grandad’s Garden helps young parents teach their children what they need to live well’ – Sue, Mum 

‘Every parent, grandparent and teacher in Australia and beyond would benefit from this book.’ – Jessica, young mum 

‘This book will help my son-in-law get closer to his children’ – Frank, granddad 

'Passionate Parents Appreciate I Grow in Grandad's Garden' 

“My name is Mel and I worry about my kids. They have more than we ever had and they expect more. I don’t want them to end up in an emotional prison of self-entitlement, because I know that brings unhappiness and relationship meltdown. That’s why I was so happy to discover 'I Grow in Grandad's Garden'; a new children’s book that helps me develop gratitude, forgiveness, courage and generosity in my family. It's become a favourite and we're all slowly complaining less and becoming more generous. And having fun as we do."