Buffalo Snow is the story of a little girl and her older brother who are stranded in a blizzard. With the cold winds whipping around them, they are forced to abandon the family car and seek shelter with strangers. Up against the forces of nature and separated from their family, they learn why Buffalo is called the “City of Good Neighbors.”
This illustrated, informative booklet offers a bird’s-eye view of the Pan-American Exposition. Review the grounds which were located between what today are Elmwood and Delaware avenues. See the sights that were seen then, when electricity was a novelty. And hear the sounds of the Pan-Am. A delightful CD of the music of the Pan-American Exposition as it was played by John Philip Sousa in 1901 – on player piano rolls – is tucked inside a colorful back pocket. A great way to experience a momentous event, when Buffalo came to be known as the City of Light.
When the brief brilliance of a shooting star touches Clover the Rabbit’s heart, he wants to share it with his friends. But when he finds that neither Mole, Raccoon nor Possum saw it, Clover is sad because he thinks the beautiful shooting star will be forgotten. Then wise Owl shows him how shooting stars, like loved ones we lose too soon, are remembered forever. Clover and the Shooting Star is a story of wonder and hope.
Where the Bathwater Goes is a story about Emily, a little girl who loves getting dirty and hates taking a bath. Find out how her Dad solves this dilemma – and creates an even bigger one: how to get Emily out of the tub once she discovers the fantastic voyage her sudsy bathwater takes, ending up in a royal tea cup.