A Crow's Journey by David Cunningham

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Where does mountain snow go in spring? Through the eyes of a curious crow, readers watch the melted water as it trickles downhill and becomes a sparkling stream. Cunningham's verse carries the reader along its current. His full-color paintings give readers an experience of nature that is as refreshing as a dip in a mountain brook.
 

About David Cunningham

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Published March 1, 1996 by Albert Whitman & Co. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A curious crow flaps from one habitat to the next, following the water as it changes from trickle to river on its long journey from evergreen forest through farm and meadowlands to the sea.

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With elegant illustrations and quiet rhyming stanzas Cunningham (Nightfall, Country Lake) answers a crow's question, ""Where does it go,/ this mountain snow,/ each spring?"" Beginning with a trickle of melted snow on a still mountainside, the book traces the water's path from brook, to waterfall,...

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