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Jo MacDonald had a garden —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter plants a garden which provides a place for birds, insects, and other wild creatures to shelter and nest. Backmatter presents fact...

Jo Macdonald hiked in the woods —Quattlebaum, Mary.

"In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter discovers the creatures living at a nearby woods. End notes present facts, outdoor activities, and games related to this lively ...

Jo MacDonald saw a pond —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter discovers the creatures living at a pond. End notes present facts, outdoor activities, and games related to this lively ecosystem...

Mighty Mole and Super Soil —Quattlebaum, Mary, author.

"Although considered by some to be pests, moles are highly beneficial animals, very strong and remarkable in many ways. This picture book presents the fictional, yet scientifically accurate story of a mole. Back material...

Jo MacDonald had a garden —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter plants a garden which provides a place for birds, insects, and other wild creatures to shelter and nest.

The shine man : a Christmas story —Quattlebaum, Mary.

During the hard times of 1932, a poor shoe shine man gives a child his cap, gloves, and an angel made from a spool, then receives a wonderful gift in return.

Aunt CeeCee, Aunt Belle, and Mama's surprise —Quattlebaum, Mary.

Because nit-picking Aunt Belle and slapdash Aunt CeeCee help plan the surprise party for her mother's birthday, the young planner faces lots of frenzy and confusion.

Underground train —Quattlebaum, Mary.

A ride on the subway with Mama provides many vivid and exciting sights and sounds.

Sparks fly high : the legend of Dancing Point —Quattlebaum, Mary.

When Colonel Lightfoot and the Devil hold a lengthy dance contest to see who will control a plot of land along the James River in Virginia, the result is a surprise for both participants.

The Magic Squad and the dog of great potential —Quattlebaum, Mary.

After visiting the Humane Shelter, ten-year-old Calvin wants to help every dog there but finds it an almost impossible job.

Grover G. Graham and me —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In his eighth foster home since the death of his great-grandmother, eleven-year-old Ben becomes very attached to a baby living with the same family and worries when the baby's biological mother takes him away.

Jazz, Pizzazz, and the silver threads —Quattlebaum, Mary.

Nine-year-old Calvin's dream of having a pet of his own is partially fulfilled when his neighbor Jenny gets a hamster named Pizzazz for her magic act.

Family reunion —Quattlebaum, Mary.

Fifteen poems tell chronologically of a young girl's experiences at her family's week-long reunion.

Jackson Jones and the puddle of thorns —Quattlebaum, Mary.

When his mother gives him a garden plot for his tenth birthday, Jackson Jones hopes to earn enough money to buy a basketball, but all he seems to get is trouble.

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