By Nicholas Harris
Horses! geese! Cows! do you want to determine what occurs in the course of a 12 months at a farm? Then come spend the subsequent one year at this farm. try out 8 action-packed scenes for a bird's-eye view of spring planting, a summer season pageant, and an autumn harvest. glance out for an escaped cow and a shock touchdown by means of a sizzling air balloon. hold your eye at the calendar too. by way of spending an entire yr at a farm, you could watch occasions spread because the seasons swap.
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No thank you, Mr. Nathanson. I prefer to wait until my wife and four children are here to enjoy it with me. ” And when, at last, Feivel’s family arrived in America, they rode the carousel together, and the circle was complete. Historical Note For children nothing is more magical than riding a carousel, and it may surprise many readers to learn that some of the most beautiful carousel horses in America were carved by Jewish immigrants. With the emergence of amusement parks such as Brooklyn’s Coney Island, the carousel industry flourished in the late 1800s.
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