The Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children Jane Andrews Author
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Jane Andrews would tell her stories to children before she published them. Her stories changed and improved with each telling. Finally she took pen to paper and wrote them down. Before publication she read her stories to a group of friends in the library of an old New England home. After their enthusiastic approval she sent her stories to a publisher. Stories in this collection include 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, and Golden-rod and asters.


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