This year we join local libraries and community partners for the tenth year of the Longwood Gardens’ Community Read — a program designed to encourage reading for pleasure and start a conversation. In 2023, the Community Read program takes a look at how food is a connector of people —especially for special moments — and how food connects to the world of plants and gardening.
The Delaware Museum of Nature and Science is delighted to be part of Community Read with a special program tailored for our young friends. In the children’s book, Bring Me Some Apples and I’ll Make you a Pie, by Robbin Gourley, the characters focus on farm-to-table all year round.
Special program for Spring 2023
Longwood Gardens Community Read: Mobile Museum Outreach Program
This program is available beginning March 1, 2023, but you can register now.
Perfect for schools, libraries, daycares, afterschool groups, community centers, and more!
Fee: $150 per program | Maximum Participants: 40 | Length: 45-60 minutes
|Bring me some apples and I’ll make you a pie: a story about Edna Lewis||4-7||In the children’s book, Bring Me Some Apples and I’ll Make you a Pie: A story about Edna Lewis, by Robbin Gourley, the characters focus on farm-to-table all year round.
As part of the Longwood Gardens Community Read Program, the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science comes to you to explore how the seasons are unique and their effect on the growth of local crops. Learn why we don’t only get flowers after May showers, but all year long!