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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 25 related to Yoo Hoo, Moon!.    

Great Lakes Nature: An Outdoor Year

Mary Blocksma - Nature - 1992 - 336 pages
How will we save the planet if we can't even name the trees on our streets?
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Too Many Puppies

Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 32 pages
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Easy-to-make water toys that really work

Mary Blocksma - Crafts & Hobbies - 1985 - 62 pages
Instructions for making toys that move in water using styrofoam, plastic straws, balloons, and other simple materials.
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Where's that duck?

Mary Blocksma - Juvenile Fiction - 1985 - 24 pages
Chuck the donkey goes to town to retrieve four wandering ducks, who are unaware they are being stalked by a hungry fox.
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Space-crafting: invent your own flying spaceships

Mary Blocksma - Technology & Engineering - 1986 - 47 pages
Presents basic information for transforming household materials into futuristic crafts.
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Amazing mouths and menus

Mary Blocksma, Lee J. Ames - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 48 pages
A varied menu and list of animal guests for each day of the week demonstrate the kinds of food different animals eat and how their mouths are adapted to their individual eating ...
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Grandma Dragon's Birthday

Mary Blocksma, Sandra Kalthoff Martin - Juvenile Fiction - 1983 - 24 pages
Grandma Dragon's birthday requires a special present. What will it be?
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Did You Hear That?

Mary Blocksma - Stories in rhyme - 1983 - 24 pages
A child seems to discover more and more creatures under the bed.
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Good as New

Barbara Douglass - Grandfathers - 1982 - 24 pages
When Grady's young cousin ruins his teddy bear, Grandpa promises to fix the toy.
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Apple tree! Apple tree!

Mary Blocksma - Juvenile Fiction - 1983 - 24 pages
The apple tree is a friend to all but longs for a true friend of its own.
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