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Country kid, city kid —Cummins, Julie.

Although Ben lives on a farm in the country and Jody lives in an apartment in the city, when they meet at camp they find they have a lot in common.

With a dog like that, a kid like me-- —Rosen, Michael J., 1954-

In the eyes of an imaginative boy, his dog becomes a seal when he is slick with soap, a billy goat when he chews the mail, a croc when he crouches beneath the table stalking a crumb, and other animals.

A snake in the house —McNulty, Faith.

An escaped snake finds many clever places to hide throughout a house, while the boy who brought him home continues to search for him.

Nutik, the wolf pup —George, Jean Craighead, 1919-2012.

When his older sister Julie brings home two small wolf pups, Amaroq takes care of the one called Nutik and grows to love it, even though Julie tells him it cannot stay.

Baby in a basket —Rand, Gloria.

In 1917, Marie and her children Betty and baby Ann are leaving Alaska for the winter by sleigh, when disaster strikes during a snowstorm.

The owl who became the moon —London, Jonathan, 1947-

While riding on a train at night, a young boy listens and watches as he passes by many creatures in their wilderness homes.

Let's play rough —Jonell, Lynne.

A father and son have fun playing rough on the couch, grabbing, tossing, and tickling.

Grandma according to me —Beil, Karen Magnuson.

A young girl shows how much she loves her grandmother by telling her what she likes about her.

Christmas trees —Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.

An offer from a city man to buy the trees on his land awakens in a country fellow a keener awareness of the value of both his trees and his friends at Christmas.

My shadow —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894., author.

An illustrated version of the poem in which a child describes her relationship with her shadow.

Ice palace —Blumenthal, Deborah.

A girl and her father help plan the annual winter carnival in Saranac Lake Village, New York, as the girl's uncle and other prisoners work together to build its centerpiece, the ice palace.

Nutik & Amaroq play ball —George, Jean Craighead, 1919-2012.

While searching for a missing football, a young Eskimo boy and his wolf pup friend nearly get lost on the tundra.

Mary was a little lamb —Rand, Gloria.

Mrs. Paradise figures out what to do with Mary, a wayward, abandoned lamb. Based on a true story.

Salt hands —Aragon, Jane Chelsea.

In the middle of the night a young girl wakens to a sound, goes outdoors, and discovers a deer with whom she sits quietly and lets him lick salt she has sprinkled on her hands.

Up and down on the merry-go-round —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

In this rhyming story, children describe the sights and sounds of riding on the merry-go-round.

Prince William —Rand, Gloria.

On Prince William Sound in Alaska, Denny rescues a baby seal hurt by an oil spill and watches it recover at a nearby animal hospital.

Here are my hands —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.

The owner of a human body celebrates it by pointing out various parts and mentioning their functions, from "hands for catching and throwing" to the "skin that bundles me in."

Sailing home : a story of a childhood at sea —Rand, Gloria.

Captain Madsen's four children fondly recall their exciting experiences sailing with their father and mother on the bark John Ena at the turn of the twentieth century.

Salty takes off —Rand, Gloria, author

While wintering in Alaska, Salty the dog falls from an airplane and must survive until his master Zack finds him.

Can I be good? —Taylor, Livingston.

Although he wants to be good, a big dog keeps doing things that get him into trouble.

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