Cycad Biology and Conservation: The 9th International Conference on Cycad Biology
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Anne Mottola was born and raised on Long Island, NY. Anne started gardening as a child, alongside her father who grew up on a farm and worked most of his life as a teacher. Anne graduated with a BA in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Virginia and a master's degree in Social Work from Fordham University's School of Social Welfare. Anne's professional career began with twelve years working in child-oriented social service agencies. Anne is currently an instructor for the Edible Academy at The New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, an instructor for Kaleidoscope Garden Design, LLC in Westchester, NY, and the lead garden instructor for the school garden she created and maintains at Osborn Elementary School in Rye, NY. Anne is a freelance graphic designer, a tutor to elementary age children, and a very proud mom to her 16-year old daughter. In June of 2014, Anne earned her Gardening Certificate at The New York Botanical Garden. Anne enjoys most fruits and vegetables, in particular, snap peas and granny smith apples and thinks kohlrabi is the coolest one to grow. Anne is thrilled to have fulfilled a dream of hers - creating a children's book with her sister Mia.
Have you stopped to smell the roses lately? Have you taken a bite out of a fresh vegetable picked right off the vine? What Do You Sense in the Garden? explores the use of all five of our senses while either working or playing in the garden. Children...
What Grows in the Garden? is the first of a series of three children's books to be published by NYBG Press. From broccoli to tomatoes, this book offers beautiful full-color illustrations intended for children ages 4 to 8 and older. Children learn wh...
NYBG Press is pleased to offer What Lives in the Garden? written by Anne Mottola and beautifully illustrated by Maria Mottola. This title is the second of a series of three children's books planned to be offered, and packaged, as a set for younger r...
You asked for them and now they're here! NYBG Press is happy to announce the availability of Wonders in the Garden!, a 3-book set of children's books that includes What Grows in the Garden?, What Lives in the Garden?,