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Gardening at the Dragon"s Gate

At Work in the Wild and Cultivated World

by Wendy Johnson

  • 240 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Bantam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gardening,
  • Gardening / Horticulture,
  • Gardening/Plants,
  • Buddhist,
  • Essays,
  • Gardening / General,
  • General,
  • Philosophy,
  • Zen Buddhism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10633848M
    ISBN 100553378031
    ISBN 109780553378030
    OCLC/WorldCa173480474

    Book Rating: 4/5; Overview; Author Details; Overview. Based on the experiences of the Chinese who built the transcontinental railroad at the time of the American Civil War, Dragon's Gate is the powerful story of one boy's struggle for survival against overwhelming odds. Young Otter always dreamed of going to America, so when an accident forces.   The water fell from a very high mountain through a gate which was guarded by dragons and hence got its name ‘the dragon’s gate’. It was believed that a carp which could pass the dragons and cross the gate would turn into a dragon. It is easier said than done because there were not only the frightening dragons but many other dangers.

    His other books include Dragonwings, Dragon's Gate, Shadow Lord, Child of the Owl, The Earth Dragon Awakes: The San Francisco Earthquake of , and The Dragon's Child: A Story of Angel Island. He has won numerous awards for his work including the Newbery Medal Honor Book, the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, Jane Addams Children's Book Award 4/5(4).   Top 10 books about gardens From theatres of social snobbery to fiery manifestos for rewilding, these volumes show that gardening can be .

    Based on timeless Chinese folklore ‘Legend of the Dragon Gate’ inspires children of all ages with a simple lesson that has echoed across the globe for thousands of years: With courage, love, and perseverance all things are possible! A note from the creator I’ve been fascinated with Asian culture since I was a kid.   This text examines the enormous pressure placed on University students in Japan, Korea and Taiwan which have led to the rapid expansion of the "cramming" industry and to a growing number of students looking to religion and spirituality for guidance. The book examines the issue of the rise in youth suicides, and the dramatic rise in levels of cheating; both raising .


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Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate is full of profound meditations on the chemistry and poetry of botany, geology, and natural history, all rendered in Wendy’s unmistakably rich voice.

An instant classic.”—Norman Fischer, teacher and founder, Everyday Zen Foundation; author of Taking Our Places: The Buddhist Path to Truly Growing Up/5(43). Gardening At The Dragon's Gate is for the Earth Starved - I love gardening and do not take the time to do it enough; however, Wendy Johnson's well written, heartfelt, intelligent, humorous, historical and motivating novel has brought me back to my own love of the earth Gardening at the Dragons Gate book Each day I read it, I vow to go back to dirty fingernails and the rich taste of earth dust as I crawl around digging /5.

About Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate. Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate is fundamental work that permeates your entire life. It demands your energy and heart, and it gives you back great treasures as well, like a fortified sense of humor, an appreciation for paradox, and a huge harvest of Dinosaur kale and tiny red potatoes.

Gardening at the Dragons Gate is fundamental work that permeates your entire life. It demands your energy and heart, and it gives you back great treasures as well, like a fortified sense of humor, an appreciation for paradox, and a huge harvest of Dinosaur kale and tiny red potatoes/5. Gardening At The Dragon's Gate is for the Earth Starved - I love gardening and do not take the time to do it enough; however, Wendy Johnson's well written, heartfelt, intelligent, humorous, historical and motivating novel has brought me back to my own love of the earth - Each day I read it, I vow to go back to dirty fingernails and the rich taste of earth dust as I 5/5(4).

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Goodreads members. We have that unique gift of a membership to Dragons' Gate Gardens to allow yourself and others to enjoy the crystal energy of Dragons' Gate Gardens throughout the year.

Our amenities include: Private Earth Keeper Meditation in our Gazebo, Crystal. For more than thirty years, Wendy Johnson has been meditating and gardening at the Green Gulch Farm Zen Center in northern California, where the fields curve like an enormous green dragon between the hills and the ocean.

Gardening at the Dragon's Gate (Bantam) is not only a wonder-filled celebration of nature, human and horticultural ("Every garden is unique, quirky, distinct and disobedient, just like every gardener"), but, with its practical hints and wide-ranging garden lore, a patch of paradise in an imperfect world.

Gardening at the Dragon's Gate At Work in the Wild and Cultivated World By Wendy Johnson Bantam, New York, Wendy Johnson is a practitioner of Zen Buddhism who lived for twenty-five years at Green Gulch Farm, the San Francisco.

Wendy Johnson is a Buddhist meditation teacher and organic gardening mentor who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Wendy has been practicing Zen meditation for thirty-five years and has led meditation retreats nationwide since as an ordained lay dharma teacher in the traditions of Vietnamese teacher Thich Nhat Hanh and the San Francisco Zen Center.

Dragon's Gate Golden Mountain Chronicles: By Laurence Yep. Grades. that Otter must come to terms with his identity and the demands of a new society. This Newbery Honor-winning book is an important introduction to a little-known period in American history. Young adults will admire Otter's bravery and his allegiance to his.

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Read this book and you will discover how alive you were meant to be!” —DENNIS MERRITT JONES, AUTHOR OF THE ART OF BEING: WAYS TO PRACTICE PURPOSE IN YOUR LIFE AND THE ART OF UNCERTAINTY: HOW TO LIVE IN THE MYSTERY OF LIFE AND LOVE IT “With Secrets of Dragon Gate, Dr.

Steven Liu and Jonathan Blank have literally opened a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: Into the Tangle ix --Chapter 1 Valley of the Ancestors 3 --Chapter 2 The Garden Makes the Gardener 53 --Chapter 3 The Living Soil 87 --Chapter 4 Life into Death into Life --Chapter 5 Tending the Garden --Chapter 6 Gardening with All.

Yep illuminates the Chinese immigrant experience here and abroad in a follow-up to The Serpent's Children () and Mountain Light (). After accidentally killing one of the hated Manchu soldiers, Otter (14) flees Kwangtung for the "Golden Mountain"; he finds his adoptive father Squeaky and Uncle Foxfire in the Sierra Nevada, where thousands of "Guests" are.

Laurence Yep is the acclaimed author of more than sixty books for young people and a winner of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award.

His illustrious list of novels includes the Newbery Honor Books Dragonwings and Dragon's Gate; The Earth Dragon Awakes: The San Francisco Earthquake ofa Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee; and The Dragon's Child: A Story of /5(10). Dragon's Gate is a truly enlightening book that I have had the pleasure of reading.

Both the plot and the excellently mastered figurative language in this novel make it a great book to read. Laurence Yep has beyond the doubt mastered the art of personification, transforming inanimate objects into living and breathing by: Dragon's Gate is a children's historical novel by Laurence Yep, published by HarperCollins in It inaugurated the Golden Mountain Chronicles below and it is the third chronicle in narrative sequence among ten published as of Yep and Dragon's Gate won the Newbery Medal award, Plot.

Otter, a fourteen-year-old Chinese boy growing up during the opium Author: Laurence Yep.  In the book Dragon's Gate, there's a boy named Otter.

Him and his family live in village of Three Willows of Kwangtung Province, China. His father and Uncle have went away to the Land of Golden Mountain in California to work there. After about a year, Otter's friend Braid was going to the Land of Golden Mountain.

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