Harriet & the Garden

When George hit a fly ball, Harriet just had to catch it. Back and back she ran, her eyes glued to the ball, her concentration so total that she never noticed when she came to Mrs. Hoozit’s garden – until she fell down right on top of Mrs. Hoozit’s prize dahlia. Should Harriet confess? Readers of all ages are likely to recognize Harriet’s battle with her conscience and surrender their hearts to her.