Lois V. Harris
Children's Author

EATING NASTURTIUMS

1. Pick a few flowers.

2. Wash flowers gently in cold water. Dry on a paper towel.

3. Decorate the top of a frosted cake or a plate of food with flowers.

4. Add them to a green salad.

5. Try stuffing the horn-shaped flowers with cream cheese. Notice the peppery taste!

Selected Works

BOOK
Biography of the spunky gal who danced, sang, and dared to joke and play the banjo when both were considered not ladylike. Lotta soared on to become America's first comedienne. Click on title link to go to book's page.
Award-winning biography about the famous Cowboy Artist and storyteller. Click on title link to page with reviews and a Discussion Guide.
Book
Biography of the artist who created colorful dreamlands. Click on title link to page with reviews and a Discussion Guide.
BOOK
Biography of one of the world's greatest Impressionist painters. Click on title link to page with reviews and a Discussion Guide.

"Nose Twisters"

Fun for Kidz Magazine

FUN FOR KIDZ Magazine, May 2010, the history of the peppery-smelling nasturtium plant plus photos and activities. Learn how to grow and use these bright colored flowers!