Farmer Baldridge attempts to keep Raccoon raiders out of his corn patch.
You might consider adding the Raccoon Quilt Pattern to your order if grandma can sew.
Age level: Middle Grades
17 in stock
– April 5, 2020
As adults we find ourselves returning to our favorite childhood books as they ‘once upon a time’ stirred our imaginations, comforted us, respected our individuality, touched our lives in ways which opened up all sorts of wondrous possibilities. Raccoons in the Corn is one of these ‘keepers.’ Children will delve into this delightfully illustrated story with its descriptive punch … colorful in words and deeds … inviting children to kick in with their own creative juices … & honoring their decision making process. That ‘Aha’ moment between human and raccoon, is so gently introduced, and so beautiful in its simplicity, it will forever resonate in one’s life. And then there are those tasty corn recipes to whip up standing along side your children. A Win-Win comes full circle.
– April 5, 2020
I like the party in the corn! – Gus, age 6
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Fun Stories, Clever Rhymes, Interesting Characters.
Includes: “No weeds, No Bugs, No Bunnies”, “Seeds, Leaves, Fruits, and Roots”, and “Joe and Pam Make Jam” Save $10 when you buy all three.
Age Range: K-3
Any gardener knows that planting takes determination. It seems problems sprout like weeds… or bugs…or bunnies.
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.
Grab this, in addition to the “Grandma’s Prairie Patchwork Kansas Color Book” and make your very own quilt.