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Seed Savers-Keeper to Release May 28

Now that I’m back to blogging, I may be breaking a personal record by posting a whopping three days in a row! Don’t worry, it’s not a new trend, just a way to get back at it.

Since the decision has been made (for now) to keep Seed Savers direct to wholesalers (and the public), the final two books are no longer in limbo. So if you’ve been awaiting the shiny new Seed Savers-Keeper, it goes on sale next week, yes, next week!

Here it is again in case you forgot:


Isn’t the cover just, “Wow,” to quote just about every character in Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse?

On the cover are Clare and Dante looking down at the hidden underground bunker. Most of the book is set in Forest Park located in Portland, Oregon. You can see thimbleberries, red huckleberries, salmonberry blossoms, ferns, wild iris and more on this awesome cover.

In Seed Savers-Keeper, the pace picks up as a food revolution is brewing across a future United States where all seeds have been corporately and government-owned for years.

From the back cover:

“Smith has a great writing style that has a way of making it all seem real and possible.” –Erik Weibel, This Kid Reviews Books

“Rich in detail and extremely well-imagined politics.”–Jemima Pett, author of the Princelings of the East series

“In Seed Savers-Keeper, Lily learns the lesson of the hummingbird: to do whatever we can, no matter how big the task.” –Joyce Yoder, former educator, Salem-Keizer Schools

I’ll be back next week. Thanks for reading!


Sandra Smith is the author of the awesome and award-winning middle grade series, Seed SaversVisit her Facebook and Pinterest pages. Follow her on TwitterSign up for the newsletter

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