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Apple picking time —Slawson, Michele Benoit.

A young girl and her family spend a fall day picking apples with others from their small town.

The barn owls —Johnston, Tony, 1942-

For at least one hundred years, generations of barn owls have slept, hunted, called, raised their young, and glided silently above the wheat fields around an old barn.

Through Grandpa's eyes —MacLachlan, Patricia.

A young boy learns a different way of seeing the world from his blind grandfather.

Cassie's journey : going West in the 1860's —Harvey, Brett.

A young girl relates the hardships and dangers of traveling with her family in a covered wagon from Illinois to California during the 1860's.

Little tree —Cummings, E. E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962.

The poet/individualist's ode to a small tree decorated for Christmas and proud to receive admiring attention.

Jackrabbit —London, Jonathan, 1947-

When a baby jackrabbit's home is destroyed by developers, she is cared for by a human family until she is big enough to live on her own in the wild.

My prairie Christmas —Harvey, Brett.

On the first Christmas after Eleanor's family moves to a house on the prairie, everyone becomes worried when Papa goes out to cut down a Christmas tree and does not come back.

Hubknuckles —Herman, Emily.

Lee, certain that the Halloween ghost that visits her family is just a trick played by her mother or father, decides one year to go outside and dance with Hubknuckles the ghost.

Dinosaur mountain : digging into the Jurassic Age —Ray, Deborah Kogan, 1940-

This is the story of Earl Douglass and his discovery of the first almost complete skeleton of an Apatosaurus, one of the largest dinosaurs ever to roam Earth.

Chang's paper pony —Coerr, Eleanor, 1922-

In San Francisco during the 1850's gold rush, Chang, the son of Chinese immigrants, wants a pony but cannot afford one until his friend Big Pete finds a solution.

Ghosts and goosebumps : poems to chill your bones

Scary poems by a variety of notable poets.

Some of the pieces —Madenski, Melissa.

A year after the death of the father, two children and their mother try to come to terms with their loss.

I have a sister--my sister is deaf —Peterson, Jeanne Whitehouse.

A young girl describes how her deaf sister experiences everyday things.

Stargazing sky —Ray, Deborah Kogan, 1940-

A little girl and her mother stay up late to watch a shower of shooting stars.

How does the wind walk? —Carlstrom, Nancy White.

A little boy watches the wind through the four seasons of the year.

My prairie year : based on the diary of Elenore Plaisted —Harvey, Brett.

Nine-year old Elenore describes her experiences living with her family in the Dakota Territory in the late nineteenth century.

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