Creatures And Critters: Who's In My Garden

Carol J Michel (Author)

Product Details

Price: $24.99  $22.49
Publisher: Gardenangelist Garden Communications
Published Date: March 10, 2020
Pages: 154
Dimensions: 5.5 X 0.44 X 8.5 inches | 0.69 pounds
ISBN: 9781733500937
BISAC Categories:

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate

About the Author

Carol Michel is a lifelong gardener and resident of Indiana with a bachelor's degree in horticulture production and an associate degree in computer technology, both from Purdue University. She spent over three decades working in healthcare IT while making a life for herself in her garden. Now Carol calls herself a gardenangelist and spends most of her time in her garden, sharing all things gardening with anyone who will listen. She is an avid collector of old gardening books and claims to have the largest hoe collection in the world. Carol writes about her old books, hoes, and many other gardening-related topics for Indiana Gardening magazine and her award-winning garden blog, She is also the author of Potted and Pruned: Living a Gardening Life (Gardenangelist Books, 2017)


"Strolling through "Creatures and Critters" is like walking through May Dreams Garden with Carol herself, conversing about the flora, fauna, and fairies, who reside within her garden boundaries. A perfect book for first-time gardeners and children hesitant about wildlife and insect visitors, Carol reminiscences about the ups and downs, benefits and hitches, of gardening with nature. Easy to open to any page and start reading, you will want to begin on page one and read every chapter just so you don't miss the fairies popping in and out. Carol always provides delightful wit and humor in her books, along with sage advice, making "Creatures and Critters" a must-have for the garden library." Teresa Watkins, Landscape designer and garden author

"Charming and delightful read for gardeners and non-gardeners of all ages. How could a book not be when it includes three chapter by garden fairies? At the other end of the spectrum, what to do about the Elephant in the garden and why every garden (particularly a children's garden) should have a dinosaur. Along the way, Carol slips in practical and learned-from-experience advice." Carolyn Roof, Garden columnist for the Paducah Sun