Grandma Snail and Thump-Thump Giant have neighboring farms but use very different farming methods. Thump-Thump Giant grows big, beautiful produce quickly using chemicals. Grandma Snail slowly grows smaller produce naturally. When Thump-Thump Giant starts selling ready-made meals using preservative, Grandma Snail worries about his health. Grandma Snail will inspire readers to eat simple, healthy food from their own garden or a local farmer's market. In this colorful, inspiring story about where food comes from, readers will learn about the slow food movement and how to create a small farm garden at home.
About the Author
Valeria Shis was born and raised in Argentina and is the author and illustrator of Bee Grandfather; When Veronica Knits, and others. Min Jee Jung is the author of Happiness at Mully's Circus; An Adventure Story of All the Explorers; It's My Poop, Don't Eat It!; and others.