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Ox-cart man —Hall, Donald, 1928-

Describes the day-to-day life throughout the changing seasons of an early 19th-century New England family.

Ox-cart man —Hall, Donald, 1928-

Describes the day-to-day life of an early nineteenth-century New England family throughout the changing seasons.

I am the dog, I am the cat —Hall, Donald, 1928-

A dog and a cat take turns explaining what is wonderful about being who they are.

The Oxford illustrated book of American children's poems

An anthology of American poems, arranged chronologically, from colonial alphabet rhymes to Native American cradle songs to contemporary poems.

The farm summer 1942 —Hall, Donald, 1928-

A young boy spends the summer on his grandparents' farm in New Hampshire while his mother works in the war effort in New York and his father serves on a destroyer in the Pacific.

Old Home Day —Hall, Donald, 1928-

The story of the growth of a New Hampshire village from pre-history to the bicentennial celebration of its founding.

Lucy's summer —Hall, Donald, 1928-

For Lucy Wells, who lives on a farm in New Hampshire, the summer of 1910 is filled with helping her mother can fruits and vegetables, enjoying the Fourth of July celebration, and other activities.

The milkman's boy —Hall, Donald, 1928-

Tells the story of the Graves Family Dairy, whose three horses pulled the wagons delivering milk to families in the years before trucks and shopping centers replaced them.

A carnival of losses : notes nearing ninety —Hall, Donald, 1928-2018, author.

In A carnival of losses, Donald Hall delivers self-knowing, fierce, and funny essays on aging, the pleasures of solitude, and the sometimes astonishing freedoms arising from both. He intersperses memories with writing, v...

The Oxford book of children's verse in America

A collection of American poems written for children or traditionally enjoyed by children, by such authors as Longfellow, Poe, Eugene Field, Langston Hughes, Dr. Seuss, and Jack Prelutsky.

Life work —Hall, Donald, 1928-
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Hall's extended meditation on the importance of work examines the legacy of his forebears for clues to his devotion. He reflects on his love of being absorbed in what he does, which in his case is writing. For his father...

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