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Lumber camp library —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Ruby wants to be a teacher, but after her father's death in a logging accident she must quit school to care for her ten brothers and sisters, until a chance meeting with a lonely old blind woman transforms her life.

The summer of Stanley —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

In 1945 nine-year-old Molly gets a goat named Stanley as a birthday present.

Nora's ark —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

During the Vermont flood of 1927, a girl and her grandparents share their new hilltop house with neighbors and animals.

The bear that heard crying. —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

A fictionalized retelling of a true story of three-year-old Sarah Whitcher, who, in 1783, became lost in the woods of New Hampshire and was protected by a bear until her rescue four days later.

A Christmas like Helen's —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Presents a descriptive list of all the things required to have a Christmas like the author's grandmother had, including farm animals, stories of Scotland, ice skating in the moonlight, and joining friends, family, and ne...

The fiddler of the Northern Lights —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Henry and Grandpa go in search of the fiddler whose music makes the Northern Lights dance.

Wilderness cat —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

When Serena's family moves fifty miles to a wilderness area in Canada, they think that they have left their cat Moses behind, but then they receive a surprise visitor.

The Canada geese quilt —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Worried that the coming of a new baby and her grandmother's serious illness will change the warm familiar life on her family's Vermont farm, ten-year-old Ariel combines her artistic talent with her grandmother's knowledg...

From dawn till dusk —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

A woman fondly reminisces about the experiences she shared with her family throughout the various seasons on their Vermont farm.

A farm of her own —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Ten-year-old Emma spends a wonderful summer with her cousins, great aunt, and great uncle on their Vermont farm.

True colors —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

In 1952 Vermont, ten-year-old Blue decides to set out in the middle of her town's sesquicentennial celebration to find the mother who abandoned her as a baby, but a series of events reminds her that she already has every...

If wishes were horses —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

During the summer of 1932 when Lily is twelve years old, she is granted her two greatest wishes, to be far from the sister who torments her and to have a horse of her own, but she does not expect either the tragic events...

The night the bells rang —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

The last year of World War I is an eventful one for Vermont farm boy Mason as he helps with the chores, tries to get along with his little brother, and sees an older bully go off to the war.

As long as there are mountains —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

The award-winning author of "The Canada Geese Quilt" and "The Bear That Heard Crying" delivers a stirring novel about a young girl's ties to her home. The year 1956 holds many surprises for Iris and her family. First the...

Gifts from the sea —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Quila and her father, living alone in a remote Maine lighthouse in the 1850's, find their lives profoundly changed when a baby washes ashore and they decide to keep her as part of their family.

Sweet memories still —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Although she initially resents having to spend time with her ailing grandmother, Shelby gradually recognizes that she has much to learn from this older lady.

As long as there are mountains —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

Thirteen year old Iris dreams of one day running the family farm in Northern Vermont, but the summer of 1956 holds many shocking changes that threaten the life Iris loves.

When spring comes —Kinsey-Warnock, Natalie.

A child, living on a farm in the early 1900s, describes some of the activities that mark the approach of spring.