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Tidy

Pete, a badger, liked to keep everything neat, and in a forest, that’s especially hard to do. While the fox might not mind the grooming and the owl seemed to be fine with the bath, trees are a bit harder … Continue reading

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The Bear and the Piano

The Bear and the Piano by David Litchfield has so much to like about it, I’m going to ramble. In the beginning, the bear sees a piano in the forest. He fiddles with it and over time, his skill at playing piano grows … Continue reading

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Forest Has a Song

I’m ready for spring, and while I can’t move to a warmer climate or force my tulips to bloom outside, I can read this lovely book of poems about the forest. Today I heard a pinecone fall (from “Invitation”) are the … Continue reading

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The Tiger Who Would Be King

What happens when a tiger wakes up and decides he wants to be king of the beasts? This anti-war fable by James Thurber explores the worst-case scenario where animals fight until they aren’t quite sure what they are fighting about. “Moral: You can’t very … Continue reading

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