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Walking as “quiet as mice and rabbits and deer,” the characters you met in Raven, Rabbit, Deer search for the moose Grandpa knows is nearby. But with so many signs of spring to enjoy and such noisy woodland animals, will they be able to find the moose? Or will it be scared away?
To the Post Office
A daily walk to the post office in a small town is always fun, but it's especially delightful when Mama isn't in a hurry.
To the Pool
Going to the swimming pool is an adventure, especially when you are small enough to fit in the lockers and stand beneath the hair dryer.
Lacey and the African Grandmothers
Lacey Little Bird is a 12-year-old girl from the Siksika First Nation in Alberta, who likes to spend time with her grandmother.
Based on the true story of a boy who escapes political turmoil in Ethiopia and shows up alone and terrified in Calgary.
Raven, Rabbit, Deer
One snowy day in the woods, a boy takes his grandfather for a walk.