Hidden Stories in Plants: Unusual and Easy-To-Tell Stories from Around the World Together With Creative Things to Do While Telling Them
Presents myths, legends, tales, and folklore about plants and describes how to use plants to make ornaments, toys, disguises, dolls, and musical instruments.
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