A 38 page hand-printed children’s book that examines the wrinkled and worn face of Harriet and her memories of a farm she knew long ago. It was a farm filled with seeds and the men and women tending to the land. Their hands dug the dirt, the seeds grew and prospered, and the farmers honored rain and sunlight. The story changed when the men in white arrived. They brought machines and with this, a disregard for the farmers’ stories. Seeds and livestock were replaced with formulas and robotic animals. The farmers were pushed to leave the land. And yet, there remained a few ancient seeds tightly held in the dirt-caked hands of those who remembered; those who would not give up their story. With Harriet and these seeds, a quiet revolution began.