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Twelve Tiny Tales: Photographs and Tales (2nd Edition)

Twelve Tiny Tales: Photographs and Tales (2nd Edition)
Twelve Tiny Tales: Photographs and Tales (2nd Edition)
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This book is a lovely woven poetic journey that will be enjoyed by young and old alike. With inspiration of spirit, the author draws out on paper the feelings of emotion boiling up inside children of all ages as they learn the months and seasons of the year.

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Pages: 26
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780744320381
Categories: Art, Educational, Lessons
Features: Photos
Keywords: poetry, poems, alaska, calendar, months, seasons
Date Added: August 8, 2013
Twelve Tiny Tales Photographs and Tales 2nd Edition by Theresa F Koch ISBN Photographs by Theresa F Koch Copyright by Theresa F Koch All Rights Reserved Published by SynergEbooks wwwsynergebookscom  Dedication This book is for my grandchildren Hannah Tristan Samantha and Maloreigh I Love You Grammy T This book is a lovely woven poetic journey that will be enjoyed by young and old alike With inspiration of spirit the author draws out on paper the feelings of emotion boiling up inside children of all ages So sit back relax and experience Twelve Tiny Tales INDEX OF TALES  January Weatherman predicts MORE Snow  February A Sled Dog  March Snap 4April The Tugboat and The Submarine  May The Quagga The Great Auk and The Dodo  June The Albatross and The Albino Albacore  July Boris is a Tabby Cat  August Natures Patterns  September SAMMY SAT  October Beware Little Darlings  November First Autumn Snow  December Just Cant Wait Twelve Tiny Tales Twelve tiny tales my mother says to me most every night Tales of rivers running blue Tales of mountains white Tales for every season to tuck me in at night Tales to set my dreams ago That helps me sleep each night JANUARY Weatherman predicts MORE snow Black dense clouds come rolling in Logs begin to burn again Smokefilled air sits heavy here Winters window reappears Darkness sets upon this land Covered up with Gods great hand Daytime seems as if its night Ravens are the birds of flight Even rivers will not flow Where did all the creatures go Stillness is what you will feel Almost seems like its not real Coldness takes your breath away Stay in side the papers say Icicles hang all about Only snowflakes dare come out Temperatures hang way to low Weatherman predicts MORE snow  FEBRUARY A SLED DOG They work for love Their masters to please In snow and ice So diligently A trophy or ribbon Some money too Their owner receives With much ado But a pat on the head Some good canine food Is all this worker receives For the work he wil