21 Results
21 Results
Why do leaves change color? —Maestro, Betsy.

Explains how leaves change their colors in autumn and then separate from the tree as the tree prepares for winter.

How a seed grows —Jordan, Helene J. (Helene Jamieson)

Uses observations of bean seeds planted in eggshells to demonstrate the growth of seeds into plants.

The Irish Cinderlad —Climo, Shirley.

Becan, a poor boy belittled by his stepmother and stepsisters, rescues a princess in distress after meeting a magical bull.

My world of color —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.

Rhyming verses describe things that are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, gray, white, and pink.

Dear Rebecca, winter is here —George, Jean Craighead, 1919-

A grandmother explains to her granddaughter how the arrival of winter brings changes in nature and the earth's creatures, and how the return of spring and summer will bring more changes.

Heidi —Krupinski, Loretta.

A Swiss orphan is heartbroken when she must leave her beloved grandfather and their happy home in the mountains to go to school and to care for an invalid girl in the city.

How a seed grows —Jordan, Helene J. (Helene Jamieson)

Uses observations of bean seeds planted in eggshells to demonstrate the growth of seeds into plants.

Mouse of my heart : a treasury of sense and nonsense —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.

A collection of stories and poems, arranged in the categories "Adventure," "Big and Little," "Bravery," "Love and Friendship," "Happiness," "Belonging," "For a Rainy Day," "Nonsense," "Colors," and "Nature."

Names for snow —Beach, Judi K.

A mouse describes snow to her child, using words which poetically reflect its many characteristics.

Pirate treasure —Krupinski, Loretta.

When pirates Captain Oliver and Rosie decide to try farming near the town of Mousam they learn that the sayings about weather that they used while at sea are equally useful on land.

A visit from St. Nicholas and Santa Mouse, too! —Moore, Clement Clarke, 1779-1863.

Presents the well-known Christmas poem The Night before Christmas, with mice characters.

Christmas in the city —Krupinski, Loretta.

Two mice find themselves in New York City when the tree in which they made their home becomes the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center.

Where is that cat? —Greene, Carol.

While trying to give away the cat she has found, Miss Perkins gradually grows fond enough of him that she decides to keep him.

The old ladies who liked cats —Greene, Carol.

When the old ladies are no longer allowed to let their cats out at night, the delicate balance of their island ecology is disturbed, with disastrous results.

Snow dog's journey —Krupinski, Loretta.

Anna builds a dog of snow, which the Frost King admires and takes away with him, but when Anna's love and faith eventually reunite her with Snow Dog, they each get their fondest wish.

Celia's island journal —Krupinski, Loretta.

Relates the experiences of a young girl growing up in the mid-nineteenth century on an isolated island off the coast of New England where her father keeps the lighthouse.

Paul Bunyan : a very tall tale —Weaver, Jo, author.

Meet the man behind this very tall tale.

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