The Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children

by Jane Andrews

Description:  Mother Nature unfolds some of her most precious secrets. She tells about amber, about the dragon-fly and its wonderful history, about water-lilies, how the Indian corn grows, what odd doings the Frost Giants engage in, about coral, and starfish, and coal mines, and many other things in which children take delight.

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Ages:  7-10
Length:  90 pages
Format:  Paperback, Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2007
ISBN:  978-1-59915-063-5
Genres:  Natural History, Nature Stories

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Table of Contents

1. The Story of the Amber Beads
2. The New Life 
3. The Talk of the Trees That Stand in the Streets 
4. How the Indian Corn Grows 
5. Water-Lilies 
6. The Carrying Trade 
7. Sea-Life 

8. The Frost Giants 

9. How Quercus Alba Went To Explore the Underworld
10. Treasure-Boxes 
11. A Peep into One of God's Storehouses 
12. The Hidden Light 
13. Sixty-two Little Tadpoles 
14. Golden-Rod and Asters

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