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Night Tree

Night Tree

Deep in the darkness, there are secrets all around us. A family drives past the bright Christmas lights of their town to where the dark and quiet begins. Walking under a moonlit sky into the

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Washing the Willow Tree Loon

Washing the Willow Tree Loon

This program begins, as all the programs do, with the song, “A Big Beautiful Planet in the Sky.” The gentle song lyrics help children understand that the earth is home to many forms of life.

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Follow the Moon

Follow the Moon

This deeply, moving story about friendship and a young boy’s profound bond with nature will touch children and educators alike. In this program we’ll learn about sea turtles and hear the story, “Follow the Moon”.

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The Emperor’s Egg

The Emperor’s Egg

In this program we’ll learn the amazing saga of Antarctica’s emperor penguins laying and hatching their eggs, and then struggling to raise their young in one of our planet’s most unforgiving climates–“the coldest, windiest, driest

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The Whales’ Song

The Whales’ Song

This lively song sets the tone for this ocean tale. Children become marine animals gliding through deep ocean water and then hear a dramatic reading of the story, The Whales’ Song. We’ll share our ideas

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Nights of the Pufflings

Nights of the Pufflings

This beautifully photographed book teaches natural history about puffins, exposes children to an unfamiliar culture, and conveys the sense that children can make a difference in our world. A tiny island off the coast of

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And the Good Brown Earth

And the Good Brown Earth

Throughout the seasons, Gram and little Joe work side-by-side on their gardens, each in their own way, but with cheerfulness, thought, and humor. We’ll create our own rhythmic celebration of growing things with help from

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The Great Kapok Tree

The Great Kapok Tree

In this program we learn about the rain forest and the inhabitants of it’s many levels and layers. We’ll sing Jim Scott’s “Rainforest Song” and we’ll dance with colored scarves. Color is an important way

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Whose Garden Is It?

Whose Garden Is It?

The question, “Whose garden is it?” launches this rhyming romp, which touches on the intricate relationships between animals and plants, sun, soil, and water. In this program we’ll sing “Mother Nature Delivers”, a charming song

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