The Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children by Jane Andrews

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Author Andrews, Jane, 1833-1887
Title The Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children
Contents The story of the amber beads -- The new life -- The talk of the trees that stand in the village street -- How the Indian corn grows -- Water-lilies -- The carrying trade -- Sea-life -- What the frost giants did to Nannie's run -- How Quercus Alba went to explore the underworld, and what came of it -- Treasure-boxes -- A peep into one of God's storehouses -- The hidden light -- Sixty-two little tadpoles -- Golden-rod and asters.
Credits Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team
Language English
LoC Class QH: Science: Natural history
Subject Natural history -- Juvenile literature
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EBook-No. 5792
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Dec 29, 2020
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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