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Chicken talk —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

"From Newbery Medalist MacLachlan and New York Times-bestselling illustrator Krosoczka comes a cheeky and heartwarming picture book about chickens who scratch messages around the farm for their humans to find--resulting ...

Dog dreams —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

Barkus is a large and very clever dog, and Baby is a cat, and together their adventures make life exciting for seven-year-old Nicky and her family. The lovable Barkus and his lucky young owner romp through the pages of t...

My friend Earth —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

Die-cut pages invite reader to explore how Earth is a friend to all creatures, watching over us as the year cycles through the seasons.

Prairie days —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

Describes summer days growing up on the prairie.

Sarah, plain and tall —MacLachlan, Patricia.

When their father invites a mail-order bride to come live with them in their prairie home, Caleb and Anna are captivated by their new mother and hope that she will stay.

Someone like me —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

In this semi-autobiographical picture book, author Patricia MacLachlan relates what it might take to grow up to become a writer.

The hundred-year barn —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

One hundred years ago, a little boy watched his family and community come together to build a grand red barn. This barn become his refuge and home-a place to play with friends and farm animals alike. As seasons passed, t...

Little Robot alone —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

When Little Robot finds a creative solution to his lonliness he gets straight to work on shaping the perfect companion out of metal, and affectionately names him Little Dog.

The iridescence of birds : a book about Henri Matisse —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

"If you were a boy named Henri Matisse who lived in a dreary French town where there were grey skies and you wanted color and light and sun, what might you become?"--Jacket.

Barkus —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

Barkus is a large and very smart dog who comes to live with seven-year-old Nicky when Nicky's Uncle Everton goes traveling--and soon he is a family and school favorite.

Skylark —MacLachlan, Patricia.

When a drought tests the commitment of a mail-order bride from Maine to her new home on the prairie, her step-children hope they will be able to remain a family.

The true gift : a Christmas story —MacLachlan, Patricia.

While spending Christmas at their grandparents' farm, Lily becomes convinced that her younger brother Liam is right about White Cow being lonely and helps him seek a companion for her, leaving little time for Christmas p...

You were the first —MacLachlan, Patricia.

Reminds firstborn children that they will always special--even if another child or children follow--because they have been the first to do many things, including teaching their mother and father to be parents.

Caleb's story —MacLachlan, Patricia.

The stranger lurking on the Witting family's prairie farm turns out to be their long-lost grandfather, whose presence plus prodding from Sarah forces Jacob to deal with his past.

Before you came —MacLachlan, Patricia.

A mother relates how she spent time before her child arrived, then passes on a gift of days paddling a red canoe, reading in a pillow-filled hammock until dark, and watching the moon rise at night.

The Boxcar children beginning : the Aldens of Fair Meadow Farm —MacLachlan, Patricia.

In the year before they become the orphans known as the Boxcar children, Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden live with their parents at Fair Meadow Farm, where, although times are hard, they take in a family who has b...

More perfect than the moon —MacLachlan, Patricia.

Eight-year-old Cassie Witting is upset when she finds out that her mother, Sarah, is expecting a baby, but writing in the journal that belonged to her brother Caleb helps her sort out her feelings and understand that Sar...

I didn't do it —MacLachlan, Patricia.

Excited puppies relate such new discoveries as the mailman comes every day and food tastes better eaten off a human's plate.

Nora's chicks —MacLachlan, Patricia.

When her family moves from Russia to the flat American prairie, Nora finds comfort in her new pet chicks, who ease her loneliness and even help her make a friend.--Junior Library Guild.

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