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Among the Meadow People by  Clara Dillingham Pierson

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Among the Meadow People
by Clara Dillingham Pierson
Delightful stories of field life for young children, relating incidents in the lives of birds, insects, and other small creatures who make the meadow their home. Each chapter features the story of one animal in its daily activities and interactions with the other animals inhabiting the meadow.  Ages 5-7
124 pages $10.95   

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Front Matter

Back Matter

The Butterfly That Went Calling
The Robins Build a Nest
The Selfish Tent-Caterpillar
The Lazy Snail
The Ant That Wore Wings
The Cheerful Harvestmen
The Little Spider's First Web
The Beetle Who Did Not Like Caterpillars
The Young Robin Who Was Afraid To Fly
The Crickets' School
The Contented Earthworms
The Measuring Worm's Joke
A Puzzled Cicada
The Tree Frog's Story
The Day When the Grass Was Cut
The Grasshopper and the Measuring Worm Run a Race
Mr. Green Frog and His Visitors
The Dignified Walking-Sticks
The Day of the Great Storm
The Story of the Lily-Pad Island
The Grasshopper Who Wouldn't Be Scared
The Earthworm Half-Brothers
A Gossiping Fly
The Frog-Hoppers Go Out into the World
The Mosquito Tries To Teach His Neighbors
The Frog Who Thought Herself Sick
The Katydids' Quarrel
The Last Party of the Season

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