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Robin at Hickory Street

by Rau, Dana Meachen, 1971-

Format: Book on Tape 1995
Availability: Unavailable 0 copies
Summary
Spring has arrived! Brown yards have turned green & daffodils burst with color. Soon Robin will arrive, too. Robin & his flock fly north from their southern winter swampland. Each bird searches for his own home. But there are no vacant yards for Robin. They are all taken by older robins who warn him to stay away. Behind the bluestone house on Hickory Street, the yard looks clear. Has he finally found a home?
Contents
Part 1. cassette - Part 2. book
Additional Information
Series Smithsonian's backyard.
Subjects Robins -- Fiction.
Birds -- Fiction.
Spring -- Fiction.
Publisher Norwalk, Conn. :Soundprints,1995
Edition 1st ed.
Language English
Description 1 cassette + 1 book (9 min.) : Book-on-tape.
ISBN 1568991738 (cassette)
1568991681
156899169X (mini hardcover)
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