A Kansas color book with a cute story line. For anyone with crayons but no need to stay in the lines unless you want to.
Add a quilt pattern and use images from the book to build yourself a blanket.
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This story is a reminder to kids and their adults to keep eyes, minds, and hearts open; to be careful, but not close-minded. Different is not always bad, sometimes it is just different, and once in a while it’s downright wonderful!
Age Range: Upper Elementary
Adult Memoir, humor
Telling my life measured by the lifespans of my favorite dogs: a thinly disguised device to tell family stories. True? Mostly. Exaggerated? Possibly. Engaging? Hope so. Good for grins and guffaws.
Songs for each of the 3 Prairie Tale Characters! Lyrics by Jerilynn Henrikson, music arranged, composed, and sung by Annie Wilson: A Wisper Lyllaby, The Grone’s Sunshine Blues, A Ponder Promenade.
Build a fun, easy quilt featuring an adorable raccoon from the story, Raccoons in the Corn.