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Badger's perfect garden —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

"It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. T...

Mine, yours —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

"Big Panda and the forest animals have an unspoken agreement: what's his is his and what's theirs is theirs. And that's just the way they like it. So when newcomer Little Panda wonders through the forest with his kite, h...

May I come in? —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

Raccoon does not want to be alone on a stormy night but his neighbors, Possum, Quail, and Woodchuck, each tell him they have no room to spare.

Baby animals take a nap —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

All babies need their nap time--even baby animals like penguins, dolphins, foxes, and sloths.

Waiting for snow —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

"Badger cannot wait one more minute for it to snow. When his friend Hedgehog explains that everything comes in its time, Badger is unconvinced and impatient as ever. But Badger's friends have a few tricks up their sleeve...

Lost. Found. —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

When a bear loses his bright red scarf in the woods, it is found--and lost again--by a series of animals that use it to keep warm or to have fun, but they disagree over who really owns it and cause a problem that only th...

Badger's perfect garden —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. His friends come to help. After the seeds are planted, everyone celebrates. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away all of ...

Lights out —Arnold, Marsha Diane, author.

Animals embark on a quest to find true darkness when too many artificial lights at night confuse migrating birds, silence singing frogs, and affect the survival of nocturnal animals.

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