Lesley DuTemple

R is for Raccoon

A is for aspen, it turns golden in the fall. B is for beaver, chewing twigs to eat and haul. C is for Canada Goose, traveling far upon her wings. D is for driftwood, tossed ashore by storms in spring.

Children become acquainted with the alphabet through rhyming verse featuring the plants and animals of the north woods.

Selected Works

Fiction
One Little Balsam Fir
A counting book featuring the flora and fauna of the north woods.
R is for Raccoon
An alphabet book featuring the flora and fauna of the north woods.

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