Joanne De Jonge presents a wealth of little-known facts about fascinating plants and highlights each subject’s unique place in creation. The Rustling Grass reveals how plants, in fact, do more than rustle. A skunk cabbage makes its own heat, a chestnut tree fights battles, a passion plant begs for attention, a cattail pops open, and a cactus reaches out to touch someone. We discover that a tomato is actually a berry, and we learn that even poison ivy has its good points. Most importantly, De Jonge’s exploration continually makes evident the movement of God through all of His rustling creation.