Leads the reader through a bountiful garden in autumn while drawing particular attention to the variety of colors found within it.
Provides a child's view of a car trip to visit grandparents.
Though confined to a wheelchair, Jonathan faces the terror of a tornado all by himself and saves the lives of the horses on the family farm.
Children around the world hear different night sounds before they go to sleep.
Teddy and his family enjoy the excitement of unexpected company when their neighborhood is hit by the worst blizzard in twenty years.
At a county fair there are five hundred seeds in one pumpkin, ten cents in one dime, eight horses on one merry-go-round, four wheels on one wagon, and so on.
A family reunion brings surprises, laughter, adventures and love.
Tired of the winter, Jimmy wishes for a little excitement and, to his dismay, gets it.
Reveals the story of Fallingwater, from how Edgar Kaufmann introduced Frank Lloyd Wright to Bear Run, Pennsylvania, and how the natural beauty of the land influenced Wright's design.