CTP 3001 At the Seashore CTP 3007 Among the Flowers CTP 3002 Underfoot
CTP 3008 In the Garden CTP 3003 At the Pond CTP 3009 At the Zoo CTP 3004
In the Desert CTP 3010 In the Forest CTP 3005 In the Meadow CTP 3011 In a ...
Author: David M. Schwartz
Publisher: Creative Teaching Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Introduces, in simple text and photographs, the characteristics of some of the animals and plants that can be found in a meadow. Includes a black-eyed Susan, spider, fawn, snake, dandelion, grasshopper, and fox.
This song may be downloaded in audio form at no charge at giamusic.com/meadow. The fully notated version of this song with all the words is included at the end of this book, along with a detailed history of the song.
Author: John M. Feierabend
Publisher: First Steps in Music
Category: Juvenile Fiction
As part of John M. Feierabend s continuing effort to preserve our rich heritage of children s folksongs, GIA Publications, Inc. is pleased to expand its series of picture books based on these timeless songs and stories. Over in the meadow... there lives a wonderful array of animals and their young. This traditional folksong probably originated in the United Kingdom in the sixteenth century. In the Ozarks in 1882, Katherine Floyd Dana (under the pen name Olive A. Wadsworth) wrote down the words, and Mabel Wood Hill notated the music to be preserved for generations to sing. Over in the Meadow has not only served as a song to teach counting and rhyming, it is also a delightful introduction to the wonderful natural world that we share with our animal friends. Now lavishly illustrated by Marissa Napoletano and collected by John M. Feierabend, this song is sure to delight current and future generations. This song may be downloaded in audio form at no charge at giamusic.com/meadow. The fully notated version of this song with all the words is included at the end of this book, along with a detailed history of the song. A beautiful take on a timeless story, this picture book is another wonderful chapter in the continuing legacy of a delightful, classic songtale
Meet Me in the Meadow is a 132-day devotional journal based on Roy Lessin's devotional of the same title.
Author: Roy Lessin
Publisher: Christian Art Gifts Incorporated
Meet Me in the Meadow is a 132-day devotional journal based on Roy Lessin's devotional of the same title. Each day contains an excerpt from the devotional which serves as a prompt for further reflection and meditation. There is also space to write a prayer for each day.
This story takes up where O Come Ye Back to Ireland left off.
Author: Niall Williams
Publisher: Soho PressInc
This story takes up where O Come Ye Back to Ireland left off. After learning they can't have children, Niall and Christine adopt their only child, Diedre, and continue their story in the pastoral farming community in the wild and beautiful Irish countryside.
But, above all, she would remember Bron, with his blue eyes and flaming hair, who would remain forever her first love. ..".a poignant, beautifully-told story..." (Reviewing Librarian) ..".compelling in its action and intriguing in the ...
Author: Karleen Bradford
The large, black stone in the meadow in Cornwall held a strange, hypnotic fascination for Jenifer. One day she found out why. Was it just a dream? Or could the stone really transport her back in time a hundred years a thousand years ? If it were a dream, it was so vivid Jenifer knew that as long as she lived she would never forget Perran, that small boy from the past who had shared her adventure. And Fedelm the Druid priestess who was the image of Jenifer, and who was so frightened of her. But, above all, she would remember Bron, with his blue eyes and flaming hair, who would remain forever her first love. ..".a poignant, beautifully-told story..." (Reviewing Librarian) ..".compelling in its action and intriguing in the details of the Druids and their way of life." (Quill & Quire) Karleen Bradford is an award-winning writer of historical and fantasy fiction for children and young adults. Born in Canada, she lived in Argentina until she went back to Toronto to university. After university she married a young Geography student who morphed into a Foreign Service Officer with the Canadian Government and they spent the next 34 years travelling the world. Grist for the writing mill. Husband retired, she now lives near Orillia, Ontario. During a school visit a young boy once asked her, How many books are you going to write before you die? It s 24 and counting. You can check out Karleen s work at www.karleenbradford.com and follow her blog at http: //karleensblog.wordpress.com
This fascinating book takes readers on a thorough and soulful exploration of the ways in which more than 40 medicinal herbs can be used as flower essences, portraying each flower in a way that is both substantive and inspired.
In this book you will learn how a deathwatch beetle finds its mate, about the importance of houseflies, why butterflies have spots on their wings, about dragonfly sex, bed-bugs and wasps.
Author: Dave Goulson
Publisher: Random House
From the author of the Samuel Johnson Prize-shortlisted Sunday Times bestseller A Sting in the Tale In 2003 Dave Goulson bought a derelict farm in the heart of rural France, together with 33 acres of surrounding meadow. Over the course of a decade, he created a place for his beloved bumblebees to thrive along with myriad insects of every kind. In this book you will learn how a deathwatch beetle finds its mate, about the importance of houseflies, why butterflies have spots on their wings, about dragonfly sex, bed-bugs and wasps. But it is also a wake-up call, urging us to cherish and protect life on earth in all its forms. A Buzz in the Meadow is a captivating look at our natural world and a call to arms for nature-lovers everywhere. ‘Glorious’ The Times ‘Captivating’ Independent
Animal moms and their babies learn and play together on a beautiful day over in the meadow.
Author: Jane Cabrera
Publisher: Jane Cabrera's Story Time
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Animal moms and their babies learn and play together on a beautiful day over in the meadow. But each family is a different size. Can you number them all? Jane Cabrera's uniquely textured art and whimsical lyrics will have young readers singing and counting along in both story hours and parent-child settings. This colorful reinvention also includes several spreads at the end that sum up all of the count-able animals in easy-to-read groupings. Cabrera's picture books have received worldwide attention and two Oppenheim Toy Portfolio awards. Her colorful twists on traditional nursery rhymes are perfect for both teachers and parents hoping to engage toddlers in the act of reading.
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Author: Olive A Wadsworth
Publisher: Andesite Press
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
An American Library Association Notable Book In discrete disclosures joined with the intricacy of a spider's web, James Galvin depicts the hundred-year history of a meadow in the arid mountains of the Colorado/Wyoming border.
Author: James Galvin
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An American Library Association Notable Book In discrete disclosures joined with the intricacy of a spider's web, James Galvin depicts the hundred-year history of a meadow in the arid mountains of the Colorado/Wyoming border. Galvin describes the seasons, the weather, the wildlife, and the few people who do not possess but are themselves possessed by this terrain. In so doing he reveals an experience that is part of our heritage and mythology. For Lyle, Ray, Clara, and App, the struggle to survive on an independent family ranch is a series of blameless failures and unacclaimed successes that illuminate the Western character. The Meadow evokes a sense of place that can be achieved only by someone who knows it intimately.
Mihka Emani's layered and visionary debut recalls the dystopian fantasy fiction of Sabaa Tahir and Sofia Samatar and considers how the alienation of emigration and war can be confronted with nonviolence, reconciliation, deep understanding, ...
Author: Mihka Emani
Publisher: Driftless Unsolicited Novella
Category: Young Adult Fiction
In the year 2171, in the aftermath of a great war between the Kingdom of East and the Republic of West, a dark nuclear winter devastates the planet, blotting out the sun and stars. Ilana is a child scavenger in the war-torn East, struggling for survival. As she seeks revenge and salvation, her journey will lead her first to a place among rebel soldiers, where her loving bond with a fellow rebel hints at their shared destiny. Ilana's dissatisfaction with the violence of the resistance ultimately leads to her defection and assimilation into the surveillance state of the West, and finally beyond the wall that encircles the world and into an ancient and forbidden borderland. There, she will face down spirits, monsters, and the truth about herself and her legacy to bring light back to her world. Mihka Emani's layered and visionary debut recalls the dystopian fantasy fiction of Sabaa Tahir and Sofia Samatar and considers how the alienation of emigration and war can be confronted with nonviolence, reconciliation, deep understanding, and self-acceptance. Readers searching for heroic characters with beautiful, singular, and speculative worldbuilding will be carried away by The Meadow and its epic journey into the very heart of peace and magic.
One of the most popular animal stories of all time, Anna Sewell's Black Beauty was first published in 1877. Drawn from the original text and intended for even the youngest of horse lovers, Black Beauty's Early Days in the Meadow depicts the first few months of the horse's life as a foal frolicking in the meadow. Artist Jane Monroe Donovan renders the classic story in lush oil paintings that convey a pastoral world of green fields and shady trees, while tenderly capturing the special love between mare and foal. The perfect harmony of words and pictures proves once again that the simplest messages are often the strongest. Readers will relish the sweetness of life in the meadow and the companionship of family and friends.
-Just Released- This is one of a series of books for dementia or Alzheimer's patients, seniors with trouble reading and others who would benefit with 'easy read' books that are formatted for adults.
Author: Emma Rose Sparrow
Category: Adult education
-Just Released- This is one of a series of books for dementia or Alzheimer's patients, seniors with trouble reading and others who would benefit with 'easy read' books that are formatted for adults. Down by the Meadow offers self-esteem and self-confidence to former bookworms who now struggle with "regular" books. You'll know that you're buying a book that is easy for a dementia or Alzheimer's patient to read, however your loved one will only know that he/she is receiving a beautiful book that is eye-catching and easy to follow. Neither the title nor any text on or in the book states that the book is for dementia or any type of memory/cognitive problems; It is truly concealed so that the reader is not insulted. This book and others in the series have been created so that a senior can receive a book that they can actually read and enjoy, that is 'disguised' as a real book via formatting and adult words. This book contains: A lovely "easy read" story without condescending childlike words. Perfect, slightly larger text (16x font). 7 Short chapters. Short paragraphs. One extra space between each sentence to encourage the mind to take pause. 2 to 3 gorgeous full-color photos per each chapter to give a visual clue to the subject matter without distracting the read. Down by the Meadow is a light, happy read that centers on a woman's urge to see something, anything new. She heads down by the meadow, allowing the reader to experience magnificent sunny meadow views, a darling young sparrow bird, breathtaking wild Red Campion flowers and a deer with her fawn. Upon returning, she finds both an appreciation for the comfort of the 'same old, same old' and a renewed joy for what Mother Nature has to offer.