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A Home for Pearl Squirrel

A Home for Pearl Squirrel
A Home for Pearl Squirrel
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61
Pages: 
36
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While building her new fall home, Pearl learns about the different types of homes and habitats in which her woodland friends live and play. Diversity is explored and championed in this tale of self–appreciation.Follow Solomon Raven and all the woodland creatures throughout the seasons in all the books in the series.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781934960592
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Environment, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: forest, homes, friendship, self-esteem
Date Added: June 13, 2013
A H o m e f o r P e a r l S q u i r r e l C r a n e J o h n s o n M o m m a e r t s R a v e n T r e e P r e s s RL Written by Amy Crane Johnson Illustrated by Robb Mommaerts PearlEndSheets470URTP Portrait Books   PM Page Written by Amy Crane Johnson Illustrated by Robb Mommaerts To Paul and Betsy Amy For my Aunt Judy Robb Text by Amy Crane Johnson Illustration by Robb Mommaerts All rights reserved For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book write to Permissions Raven Tree Press a Division of Delta Systems Co Inc  Miller Parkway McHenry IL  wwwraventreepresscom Johnson Amy Crane A Home for Pearl Squirrel a Solomon Raven story written by Amy Crane Johnson illustrated by Robb Mommaerts McHenry IL Raven Tree Press p cm SUMMARY Pearl Squirrel learns about the different types of homes and habitats in which her woodland friends live and play Diversity is explored and championed in this tale of selfappreciation Fall theme of the Solomon Raven series EnglishOnly Edition ISBN Hardcover ISBN Paperback Bilingual Edition ISBN Hardcover Audience ages Title available in Englishonly or bilingual EnglishSpanish editions  Squirrels Juvenile fiction SquirrelsHabitat Juvenile fiction Habitats Juvenile fiction Selfesteem Juvenile fiction I Mommaerts Robb II Title III Series Library of Congress Control Number  Printed in Taiwan First Edition Free activities for this book are available at wwwraventreepresscom Written by Amy Crane Johnson Illustrated by Robb Mommaerts Up in the crook of a hickory tree Pearl Squirrel was resting in her cozy new leaf nest She was proud of her first home As she dozed in the autumn afternoon Pearl had an idea A party A party to celebrate her first home