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Radiant Hen's Newest Release!

O' Let Your Song Be Sung

Higher Ground

Our Newest Release, Now Available!

Order your copy from the limited edition of 1000 books for this first print. 100% of profits will benefit the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund.

By: Kevin Fitton
Illustrations by: Mary Azarian

When a Hurricane strikes and causes disastrous flooding, the humans aren't the only ones who need to seek higher ground!
A story of kindness, love and inner strength that is sure to become an instant classic

An Excerpt from the book:

"Now, unless you're a dairy farmer this may be hard to understand, but those cows are part of our family. We feed them, and by giving us their milk, they feed us too..."

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Radiant Hen Agri-Culture Books for Children

O' Let Your Song Be Sung

O' Let Your Song Be Sung

Our Newest Release, Available Now!

By: Monique Bonneau & Rebecca Sunter
Illustrations by: Monique Bonneau

The animals are too busy surviving in their respective habitats to do what brings them joy -- or are they? A story that rings with the same musical rhythm that makes the characters' hearts sing.

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Bill & Andy (Hardcover)

Now in Print!

Written & Photographed by: Ginni Pattee Treadwell

"A special friendship between a farmer and a draft horse that will put a smile on your face and warmth in your heart". This is Radiant Hen's long anticipated first published hardcover, a beautiful 10-7/8" x 8-3/4" hard-bound book!

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FAIRY FEAST

Now in Print!

By: Tanya Sousa
with illustrations by
Monique Bonneau

A story of diversity in the garden and in life, and how joyous and necessary that diversity is.
The Agri-Culture Books for Children Series***

"I'm reminded of Jan Brett's books as I look at Fairy Feast -- Colorful, detailed, interesting -- Vegetable pictures and their names, color words, rhyming -- these are all things that complement our learning in kindergarten."
- Eve Mishou, Jay/Westfield School, Jay, Vermont

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NINNY NU'S ORGANIC FARM

Now in print!

By: Tanya Sousa
with illustrations by
Amber Alexander

A tale of bigger not always being better.
The Agri-Culture Books for Children Series***

"A charmingly illustrated story and a delightful way to introduce children to the advantages of organic farming."
- Nell Newman, Co-Founder and President of Newman's Own Organics.

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LIFE IS A BOWL OF CHERRY PITS

Moonbeam Children's Book Award Winner!

By: Tanya Sousa
with illustrations by
Katie Flindall

This story features a disgruntled boy who learns, thanks to his eccentric, fun-loving and farming grandmother, that the glass is indeed half full.
The Agri-Culture Books for Children Series***

"As we are a Green Mountain Farm-to-School member....we were very excited to see children's books with fabulous illustrations and stories our children will relate to."
- Dean Vervoort, Principal, Jay/Westfield School, Jay, Vermont
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Temporarily out of stock.

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Radiant Hen General Books for Children

Searching for Hannerester

Moonbeam Children's Book Award Winner!

By: Marion Page
with illustrations by
Jacob Grant

When Hannah Esther Dunney disappears without any real trace, the townspeople and police would rather pin the blame on Pa than search for the truth -- at least that's how it feels to 14 year-old Carrie. No matter what it takes, Carrie is determined to find out what happened to Hannerester, even if the truth is her worst fear.

"Searching for Hannerester is one of the most exciting, authentic, and moving young-person's chapter books that I've ever read. With its surprising and suspenseful plot, unforgettable characters, humor, unique setting and profound human insights, I'd rank Searching for Hannerester right up there with Gary Paulsen's Hatchet and Katherine Paterson's A Bridge to Terabithia. Searching for Hannerester is that rarest of all stories: one that can, and will, be loved by readers of all ages."
- Novelist Howard Frank Mosher.
"Multi-layered and full of mystery and suspense, Searching for Hannerester beautifully captures young Carrie's tireless effort to unravel the mystery of her surrogate mom's disappearance. In doing so, Carrie gets more than she bargained for, testing her closest relationships and uncovering deep and even dark family secrets. A powerful and unconventional coming of age story."
- Filmmaker Jay Craven.

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Can Dogs Read? Starting and Implementing a Literacy Program

By: Tanya Sousa

A how-to book on starting and implementing a reading dog program in schools. The book covers topics such as where to find a reading dog team or how to train and certify your own dog for this work in schools, dealing with the common questions and concerns of skeptics, and fun activities and PR activities to enrich the program. One chapter is dedicated to how the program can build empathy in young children.

"It's a delightful and amazingly thorough book. Ms Sousa's style is breezy and her suggestions are well thought out."
- Robert Hamilton, dog/animal columnist

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