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Countering the prevailing, traditional story of the first Thanksgiving, with its black-hatted, silver-buckled Pilgrims; blanket-clad, be-feathered Indians, this lushly illustrated photo-essay presents a more measured, balanced, and historically accurate version of the three-day harvest celebration in 1621. Pair this with resources teaching about harvest traditions specific to Oregon tribes!
Follow the busy lives of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer through A Year on the Farm, looking after the animals and growing crops. Look out for the busy Red Tractor who’s helping out!
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Los pimientos crecen hacia arriba. Las papas crecen hacia abajo. Y alrededor, las calabazas se enredan, se enredan y se enredan. De semillas que caen al suelo hasta el maíz que parece reventar, ¡todo en este huerto está en movimiento!
“Poet Juan Felipe Herrera’s bilingual memoir paints a vivid picture of his migrant farmworker childhood. His rich, evocative prose re-creates the joy of eating under the open sky, celebrating at a fiesta with other farm families, and listening to his mother singing Mexican songs and his father calling the doves.
Las memorias bilingües del poeta Juan Felipe Herrerra pintan una imagen vívida de su infancia campesina. Su prosa profunda y evocadora recrea la alegría de comer bajo el cielo abierto, de celebrar una fiesta con otras familias de agricultores, y de escuchar a su madre cantando canciones mexicanas y su padre llamando a las palomas. “
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When Wilma decides her garden needs a new beginning, she gathers string, scissors, shovels, sixty-two dozen balsam seedlings, and Parker, her five-year-old neighbor. Year after year, Wilma and Parker nurture their trees, keeping careful count of how many they plant, how many perish, and how many grow to become fine, full Christmas trees. A cozy, holiday read-aloud and a lyrical way to usher in the month of December. This book will need to be returned.
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This treat of a picture book comes cloaked in the colors of fall. Bouncy verses and glowing photographs show a backyard pumpkin patch move through its natural cycle; seeds sprouting, flowers blooming, bees buzzing, pumpkins growing . . .and then going back to earth. Also includes an author’s note explaining how to grow your own pumpkin!
This book is available in English under Pumpkin Circle. This book will need to be returned.
Emerging readers will enjoy the simple text that describes how a seed grows into a pumpkin. Large print, colorful pictures and bold vocabulary words make this book easy for students to read and understand.
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In the fall, pumpkins are everywhere: in the garden, in the supermarkets, and on doorsteps. But many students do not know how they grow from a tiny yellow seed to a pumpkin? This book brings readers into the pumpkin patch to show them how little seeds transform into big pumpkins.
This book needs to be returned.
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Emerging readers will enjoy the simple text that describes how a seed grows into a pumpkin. Large print, colorful pictures and bolded vocabulary words make this book easy for students to read and understand. This book will need to be returned.
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Sophie lives in the city, and her vegetables come from the supermarket. Then she goes to visit her grandparents in the countryside — and soon discovers how much there is to learn about how things grow!