By Chunky Tales, Ruth J. Morehead
RETIRED - A Christmas Countdown with Ruth J. Morehead's Holly Babes, 1991 [A Chunky Board e-book] Has turn into A hugely Collectible young children Christmas e-book, because it Is Out-Of-Print. "10 coloured balls, nine snowflakes, eight little birds, 7 vibrant stars, 6 teddy bears, five little lambs, four golden balls, three kitty cats, 2 rocking horses, 1 Christmas tree ..." lovely illustrations, with nice rhythm and rhyme.
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I reckon he would, at that. " She stopped rocking and met Clyde's blue eyes. " "I won't go to war. " "You could chop off your trigger finger like Si Foster did. " Clyde stared at her, dropping his jaw in surprise. Granny cackled with laughter, and he managed a grin. " Ruth asked as she came in with the evening's milking. Her everyday homespun dress hung to her bare feet. ) She hung her milk apron over the hook behind the door. " She shook her fair head and poured a pail of milk through the strainer.
Teeth marks of beavers and river otters marked stumps left from last year's dam building. Clyde came to a place where a storm had uprooted huge trees. Top-heavy hardwood trees without tap roots often fell in high winds when the ground was very wet. Here, fallen beech and cypress lay stacked like dominoes slung across a table. Roots stretched higher than his head. Where the roots had pulled out, hollow spaces were left. Ahah! he thought. One of these places might make a perfect cave. The ground under the fallen trees was fairly high and dry.
But there are so many trees," Clyde said. "It's backbreaking work just to clear enough land for crops. We could never cut all the trees. It's like battling poison ivy. The vines just keep coming back. " He shook his head again. " "You are wrong," she firmly. "I'll show you how man is changing the land. I'll show you how the wild animals and birds are being killed. Just give me a few days. " Page 44 Chapter 8 Attack of the Feral Hogs With Lou as teacher, the summer days passed quickly. They made fiber from mulberry tree bark, weaving it into a bed cover for his cave.