6 edition of The wonderful hay tumble found in the catalog.
A Vermont farmer finishes his chores quickly with the help of a rolling pile of hay.
|Statement||Kathleen McKinley Harris ; pictures by Dick Gackenbach.|
|Contributions||Gackenbach, Dick, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H24206 Wo 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||0688071511, 068807152X|
|LC Control Number||87012305|
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One day, the farmer gets an idea. He decides that instead of raking together his tumbles of hay, he'll just push them down the hill. He gives one tumble a shove and down it goes, growing bigger and bigger, gaining momentum as it gathers more hay.
The tumble hurtles all over the farm, clearing pastures of rocks, Price: $ The Wonderful Hay Tumble Kathleen McKinley Harris, Author, Dick Gackenbach, Illustrator, Dick Gackenbach, Photographer Morrow Junior Books $ (32p) ISBN. Get this from a library.
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