As a young boy, Farmer Tantoh Nforbo loved the dirt. He first began to learn the basics of gardening on his grandmother's farm, with her help. As he grew up. he learned more about farming and how to produce crops without poisoning the soil or water wells. He also produced ways for communities to have clean drinking water through a variety of ways. His environmental work had two basic pieces: his knowledge of agriculture and working with people. It showed the power of people working together and what they can accomplish. The end pages have actual photos from the authors' time with Farmer Tantoh and his family. The book also includes and Authors' Note, Limbum Glossary and Pronunciation Guide, as well as a map of Cameroon to round out this environmental story.
Jolene Hetherington, Advisory Board Member, Munising School Public Library