‘I Love Strawberries': Book inspires kids to grow spring’s sweetest treat

Idaho Farm Bureau is taking it one step further and creating a competition for students to grow the largest and best strawberry based on the children’s book.

Children of all ages are discovering the joys and challenges of growing one of spring’s sweetest treats through the book, “I Love Strawberries.

Idaho Farm Bureau is taking it one step further and creating a competition for students to grow the largest and best strawberry based on the children’s book.

“I Love Strawberries” recently earned a Gold-level IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award in the Children’s Picture Book (4-7 years) category.

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