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The hike —Farrell, Alison, 1979- author, illustrator.

Three friends set out on a day hike to explore their local forest, intending to climb to the top of the hill, where they will plant a flag, read a poem, and release feathers into the wind.

The Overstory : A Novel. —Powers, Richard.

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction Winner of the William Dean Howells Medal Winner of France's Grand Prix de Litterature Americaine Finalist for the Man Booker Prize Finalist for the PE...

Goodbye winter, hello spring —Pak, Kenard, author, illustrator.

"Join a boy and his dog as they explore nature and take a stroll through the countryside, greeting all the signs of the coming season. In a series of conversations with everything from the melting brook to chirping birds...

The evolution of Calpurnia Tate —Kelly, Jacqueline.

In central Texas in 1899, eleven-year-old Callie Vee Tate learns about love from the older three of her six brothers and studies the natural world with her grandfather which leads to an important discovery.

The Hunter and the Old Woman —Korgemagi, Pamela, author.

"The "Old Woman" lives in the wild, searching for food, raising her cubs, and avoiding the two-legged creatures who come into her territory. But she is more than an animal -- she is a mythic creature who haunts the lives...

The call of the wild ; and White Fang —London, Jack, 1876-1916.

Two classic tales of dogs, one part wolf and one a Saint Bernard/Scotch shepherd mix that becomes leader of a wolf pack, as they have adventures in the Yukon wilderness with both humans and other animals.

The annotated Wind in the willows —Grahame, Kenneth, 1859-1932.

In addition to remarkable notes on automobiles (Toad drove an Armstrong Hardcastle Special Eight), picnics, Gypsies, caravans, old English mansions, peculiar dukes, and even modern manifestations (Disney's "Mr. Toad's Wi...

The twelve days of summer —Andrews, Jan.

A child observes the coming of summer and the cycle of life through the activities of animals and plants on each of twelve days of summer.

Darcy —Sanderson, Whitney.

Born on a windy hill off the coast of Ireland in 1917, a Connemara pony named Darcy is sold to a farm family and trained to pull a cart and plow.

Askî and turtle island —Taypotat, Jackie, author.

Askî is a turtle who lives in the pond. Ask means earth in Cree. His story introduces Turtle Island and Mother Earth two concepts that are central in the First Nations worldview. Ask also tells stories about life at the...

My spring robin —Rockwell, Anne F., author.

Despite all the signs of spring--sprouting ferns, a frog, and flowers--a little girl searches for the robin that means that spring has finally come.

Twig —Parker, Aura, author, illustrator.

Heidi is a stick insect, long and thin like the twig of a tree. It's her first day at Bug School, where she hopes to learn lots and make new friends. But no-one will talk to her...and no-one will play with her at lunch. ...

A friend like you —Hubery, Julia.

Best friends Panda and Monkey journey into the mountains to discover its secrets, and Monkey learns from Panda how to appreciate beauty along the way.

Mouse's first fall —Thompson, Lauren.

Mouse and Minka experience the delights of nature on a windy autumn day.

One leaf rides the wind : counting in a Japanese garden —Mannis, Celeste Davidson.

In this collection of haiku poems, a young girl walks through a Japanese garden and discovers many delights, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns. Includes notes about Japanese religion and philosophy.

Mother Earth and her children : a quilted fairy tale —Olfers, Sibylle, 1881-1916.

Mother Earth's children, who have been sleeping all winter, awake and experience the new life, color, and joys of spring.

Giving thanks —London, Jonathan, 1947-

A boy's father celebrates the interconnectedness of the natural world through his daily words of thanks and assures his son, who finds it a little embarrassing to thank trees and such, that it becomes a habit and makes o...

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