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From the Top of the Mountain

From the Top of the Mountain
From the Top of the Mountain
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48
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High in the mountains of New Hampshire, there once lived a great and powerful boulder who believed he didn’t need anyone or anything.Following years of unreciprocated kindness from a small Northern Pine, who set down her roots in the hard ground at his foot, he eventually begins to understand the rewards of empathy, giving, and gratitude.A beautifully illustrated modern fable for all ages.

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Pages: 48
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-936172-75-7
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Environment, Lessons
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: values, bear, tree, giving, caring
Date Added: October 3, 2013
From theTop of the Mountain A Fable by C Robert Logue Illustrated by Michael FD Logue Berlin Lemont Berlin Lemont  by C Robert Logue Printed in the United States of America All rights reserved This publication is protected by Copyright and permission should be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction storage in a retrieval system or transmission in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or likewise Published by Eifrig Publishing PO Box Lemont PA USA Knobelsdorffstr Berlin Germany For information regarding permission write to Rights and Permissions Department Eifrig Publishing PO Box Lemont PA USA permissionseifrigpublishingcom Library of Congress Control Number  Logue C Robert From the Top of the Mountain by C Robert Logue illustrated by Michael FD Logue p cm ISBN ISBN Paperback Hard cover  Personal Growth SelfHelp SelfEsteem SelfReliance Social Issues Juvenile Fiction  Legends Myths Fables Juvenile Fiction Family Relationships Friendship I Logue Michael FD ill II Title From the Top of the Mountain   Printed on recycled FSCcertified acidfree paper Th e re a re p e o p l e w h o t h i n k t h a t o n l y p e o p l e ha ve emo t ion s l ike p r ide fea r and joy bu t tho se who know w i l l te l l you a l l th ing s a re a l i ve pe rhap s no t in the same way we a re a l i ve bu t ea ch in i t s own way a s shou ld be fo r we a re no t a l l the same And though d i f fe ren t f rom u s in shape and l i fe and span d i f fe ren t in t ime and Know ing ye t a re t ree s a l i ve And ro ck s And wa te r And a l l know emo t ion Anne Came ron Daugh te rs o f Coppe r Women H igh in the moun ta in s o f New Eng land the re on ce l i ved a g rea t and powe r fu l bou lde r The moun ta in whe re he l i ved wa s known a s Moun t Monadno ck bu t to the bou lde r i t wa s h i s moun ta in He wa s a happy bou lde r fo r he had e ve ry th ing a bou lde r cou ld wan t S t reng th and know ledge He wa s