One by one, baby woodland creatures leave home and take off for Grandma's housebe it nest or web or bog or tree. Full color.
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Each poem (and photograph) is a careful observation of its subject, whether a graceful butterfly (âA tutu-clad dancer,/ I move with lightnessâ) or a tick (âThe tick is mostly mouth,/ and if he lands on you/ heâll try to suck your blood,/ âcause thatâs what all ticks doâ).Feb 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Off We Go!
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