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Moonlight kite —Buckley, Helen E., 1918-2001

The last three monks at a monastery have their lives enriched by the presence of children flying kites outside their walls.

Where did Josie go? —Buckley, Helen E., 1918-2001

The reader looks for Josie, a little girl who is hiding somewhere in her house or yard.

Grandmother and I —Buckley, Helen E., 1918-2001

A child considers how Grandmother's lap is just right for those times when lightning is coming in the window or the cat is missing.

Grandfather and I —Buckley, Helen E., 1918-2001

A child considers how Grandfather is the perfect person to spend time with because he is never in a hurry.

The wonderful little boy —Buckley, Helen E., 1918-2001.

No one except Grandmother seems to understand what it is to be the smallest in the family.

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