Miss Almond

The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers a comprehensive guide (PDF) to harvest and storage with detail for even the most avid nut connoisseur. Based on these resources and others, the estimate of harvest seasons for the Almonds is between August-November (Harvest dates range based on particular variety and region). Anyway, we can always found almonds in the supermarket.
Children who are lactose-intolerant can get their bone-building material from eating almonds that are rich in calcium. Almonds are also high in vitamin E, the nutrient that helps improve the appearance and condition of your skin. It also helps the heart due to its heart-protecting ingredients called flavonoids.
Almonds also help with brain development, so it helps immensely to give children a few almonds per day. The compounds contained in almonds normalize the production of the hormone in the brain called dopamine. Dopamine not only helps develop the brain but also sharpens it and improves the mood.
Fun facts
According to the University of California guide, most nuts can be stored for up to a year in cold refrigerated conditions and up to two years in the freezer. (But, again, don’t forget that air sealed bag, or they’ll smell and taste like every leftover from the last 12-24 months.)

Draw me

Step 1

First of all, draw the main shape. Miss Almond has the same shape of a drop.

Step 2

Then draw the hairs, but just the main lines.

Step 3

Draw the face of Miss Almond. She has two big brown eyes, a nose and the mouth. Don't forget she has full lips.

Step 4

Colour the shadows behind her face.

Step 5

Then colour the hairs with different shadows of brown.

Step 6

Finally, it's time to colour her all.