My Mother's Mango Tree

My Mother's Mango Tree

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My Mother's Mango Tree is a story about a little mango tree that seemed to be in the wrong place and it seemed like it would never bear fruit because of the less than ideal circumstances of where it was planted. When in fact it was always in the right place and eventually it bears fruit. The Mango tree story is a great way to teach children about hope; faith and patience and how every situation makes us stronger and builds character, letting us know that what you see above the surface is always less than what is actually more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 215.9 x 215.9 x 1.78mm | 104.33g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 150848421X
  • 9781508484219

About Garth a Sandiford

Garth Sandiford grew up on the island of Barbados where he first learned about helping others through his father, mother and grandparents. From an early age Garth was surrounded by people who set out to make others greater. He learned that success is not a straight line but a journey that one must walk with patience. Like the little mango tree, Garth believes anything can grow and thrive if given time. Garth's passion is to empower others. He has spent years studying human behavior, which has led him to the conclusion that we all have everything we need to be successful, inside us. Garth lives in New Jersey and has two beautiful children, Michael and Morgan. His wish is to some day be the Mango Tree to others, to inspire them to never give more