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One Morning In Maine

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  • Item #: 023592
    ISBN: 9780140501742
    Retail: $7.99
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    This Caldecott Honor-winning book tells the story of life in Maine for a little girl named Sal. She loses her first tooth, then rides with her father and baby sister across the bay to go to town. A charming tale about growing up, making wishes, and life in a simpler time. Written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey, 64 pgs, sc. – Laura

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  • Item #: 001614
    ISBN: 9780670059348
    Retail: $26.00
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    From Make Way for Ducklings to Blueberries for Sal, this hardcover volume contains eight of Robert McCloskey's acclaimed children's books. Stories in this collection include Make Way for Ducklings; Blueberries for Sal; The Doughnuts from Homer Price; Burt Dow, Deep-Water Man; Lentil; Ever So Much More So from Centerburg Tales; Time of Wonder; and One Morning in Maine. These classic stories contain the original text and artwork, and biographical information provides insight into McCloskey's enduring legacy in the world of children's literature. Oversized. 144 pgs, hc. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 002435
    ISBN: 9780064401326
    Retail: $6.99
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    Ten year old Willy lives on a potato farm with his grandfather in Wyoming. They enjoy each other's company and live a fairly routine life. Then one morning, Grandfather fails to wake Willy up like usual. Willy finds Grandfather very sick, but according to the doctor, Grandfather is as healthy as can be. Apparently, he has simply lost the will to live. Willy can not figure out why until one day they have a surprise visitor. Willy learns that the property taxes on the farm have not been paid for over ten years, and they are in danger of losing the farm. Although the townspeople encourage Willy to sell the farm, he instead decides to enter the National Dogsled Race in hopes of paying the taxes with the prize money. His main competitor is Stone Fox, a man who has never lost a race in his life. It is literally a fight to the death as Willy races to save Grandfather's farm. ~ Enh