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Flowers are calling —Gray, Rita.

Relates, in rhyming verse, how flowers attract pollinators.

Have you heard the nesting bird? —Gray, Rita, author.

"In this nonfiction picture book for young readers, we learn just why the mother nesting bird stays quiet and still while sitting on her eggs."-- Provided by publisher.

Mama mine, mama mine —Gray, Rita.

Illustrations and rhyming text reassure a series of barnyard babies, as well as the reader, that mamas always come back.

One big rain : poems for rainy days

Revel in rain throughout the seasons in this collection of poems about rain

When the world is dreaming —Gray, Rita, author.

"This poetic picture book asks the question: what do little animals dream? The surprising answers lend an eye and ear to the nocturnal rhythms of the forest"-- Provided by publisher.

Easy street —Gray, Rita.

Relates, in rhyming verse, how dump trucks and paving machines layer and compact hot asphalt to make a street.

The wild little horse —Gray, Rita.

Little Horse cannot resist the call of the wind, which encourages him to run like a wild colt and cavort by the sea.

The wild little horse —Gray, Rita.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2013

An exhilarating adventure awaits Little Horse, just starting to explore the world beyond his cozy barn. Trotting past sleepy meadows, then gaining speed as the rolling sea beckons, he becomes Wild Little Horse. But home ...

The wild little horse —Gray, Rita.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2013

An exhilarating adventure awaits Little Horse, just starting to explore the world beyond his cozy barn. Trotting past sleepy meadows, then gaining speed as the rolling sea beckons, he becomes Wild Little Horse. But home ...

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