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Night tree —Bunting, Eve, 1928- author.

A family makes its annual pilgrimage to decorate an evergreen tree with food for the forest animals at Christmastime.

Here are my hands —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

The owner of a human body celebrates it by pointing out various parts and mentioning their functions, from "hands for catching and throwing" to the "skin that bundles me in."

Barn dance! —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

Unable to sleep on the night of a full moon, a young boy follows the sound of music across the fields and finds an unusual barn dance in progress.

If not for the cat : haiku —Prelutsky, Jack.

Haiku-like poems describe a variety of animals.

Mailing May —Tunnell, Michael O.

In 1914, because her family cannot afford a train ticket to her grandmother's town, May gets mailed and rides the mail car on the train to see her grandmother.

Knots on a counting rope —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

A grandfather and his blind grandson, Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses, reminisce about the young boy's birth, his first horse, and an exciting horse race.

Fighting for the forest —Rand, Gloria.

When they find blue logging markings in the ancient forest where they like to hike, a boy and his father try to save the trees from being cut down. Includes information about how to find and enjoy ancient forests.

The hullabaloo ABC —Cleary, Beverly.

An alphabet book in which two children demonstrate all the fun that is to be had by making and hearing every kind of noise as they dash about on the farm.

My buddy —Osofsky, Audrey.

A young boy with muscular dystrophy tells how he is teamed up with a dog trained to do things for him that he can't do for himself.

Once when I was scared —Pittman, Helena Clare, author.

Grandfather tells how, when he was a child, he coped with fear during a journey alone through a dark wood to get hot coals to heat the family cabin.

The bear that heard crying. —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

A fictionalized retelling of a true story of three-year-old Sarah Whitcher, who, in 1783, became lost in the woods of New Hampshire and was protected by a bear until her rescue four days later.

Secret place —Bunting, Eve, 1928-

A young boy finds a patch of wilderness in the city.

Nutik, the wolf pup —George, Jean Craighead, 1919-2012.

When his older sister Julie brings home two small wolf pups, Amaroq takes care of the one called Nutik and grows to love it, even though Julie tells him it cannot stay.

The ghost-eye tree —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

Walking down a dark lonely road on an errand one night, a brother and sister argue over who is afraid of the dread Ghost-Eye tree.

Willie takes a hike —Rand, Gloria.

After moving to a new home at the junk yard, Willie the mouse disobeys his parents, goes hiking by himself, and gets lost in the unfamiliar surroundings.

Nutik & Amaroq play ball —George, Jean Craighead, 1919-2012.

While searching for a missing football, a young Eskimo boy and his wolf pup friend nearly get lost on the tundra.

White Dynamite & Curly Kidd —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

Lucky Kidd watches her father ride a mean bull at the rodeo and thinks about becoming a bull rider herself.

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