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Snakes and ladders —Morpurgo, Michael.

Because she is slender and cries at sad stories, Wendy is teased by the school bully until the day she brings in her grandfather's huge snake, then has to bravely rescue him after he wriggles out of her school bag.

Earth tales —Casey, Dawn, 1975-

Seven folktales from around the world express the belief that the Earth and all living things are sacred, and that it us up to each of us to care for our part of the planet. Includes an introduction and "eco-activity" fo...

The Barefoot book of Earth tales —Casey, Dawn, 1975-

In this anthology of folktales, young readers will learn about the way that different cultures around the world set out to live in harmony with the rhythms and patterns of nature.

We're sailing down the Nile : a journey through Egypt —Krebs, Laurie.

As the riverboat sails down the Nile River, remnants of Egypt's long history and aspects of its present culture are revealed on its banks.

The Lord is my shepherd

An illustrated version of the psalm which celebrates how the Lord meets the needs of His people.

The great race : the story of the Chinese zodiac —Casey, Dawn, 1975-

Relates how the Jade Emperor chose twelve animals to represent the years in his calendar. Also discusses the Chinese calendar, zodiac, the qualities associated with each animal, and what animal rules the year in which th...

Red alert! : endangered animals around the world —Barr, Catherine, 1965- author.

Inspired and endorsed by the "Red List" database of animals in peril maintained by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) this brightly illustrated book introduces species from six different habita...

The beautiful world that God made —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A retelling of the Creation story, in which various features of the Earth and its inhabitants are praised for their beauty, splendor, and role in the beginning of the world.

I wish tonight —Rock, Lois, 1953-

A child wishes for a world of goodness, laughter, and fun and receives his wish in a dream.

The owl and the pussycat —Lear, Edward, 1812-1888.

After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married.

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