Buzz and Ollie's High, Low AdventureDonna Sloan Thorne & Marilyn Sloan Felts - Sloan Publishing Book OrdersOne of the first methods used to teach children about pitch is helping them distinguish between high sounds and low sounds. In Buzz and Ollie's High, Low Adventure, a brother and sister find themselves lost in the forest. With the help of some delightful forest friends, they must determine which sounds are high and which are low in order to find their way home. The story can be used at home or in the classroom to teach or reinforce the musical concept of pitch in a whimsical way! Hardcover.Select a ProductPreviewMy LibraryDescriptionNumberLevelPriceQtyCurrently ViewingBook #3302051 UPC: 9780972414708 Publisher ID: 0-9724147-0-3Availability InformationAvailability Information
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A complex mosaic of post oak and blackjack oak forests interspersed with prairies, the Cross Timbers covers a north-south belt of southern Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, and North Central Texas. Home to Native Americans over several thousand years, the Cross Timbers became a barrier to westward expansion in the nineteenth century, until roads and railroads opened it up to farmers and ranchers, coal miners, and modern city developers, all of whom changed its character in far-reaching ways.
A collection of traditional, but delightful and lesser-known music celebrating Christmas and the return of brighter days. "Down in Yon Forest" features Liz's crystal-clear soprano with cello, Irish whistle, guitar, and harp to breathe new life into some beautiful old songs. Listen to our title track, and check back for the video which is now in
A collection of traditional, but delightful and lesser-known music celebrating Christmas and the return of brighter days. "Down in Yon Forest" features Liz's crystal-clear soprano with cello, Irish whistle, guitar, and harp to breathe new life into some beautiful old songs. Listen to our title track, and check back for the video which is now in production!
The Swiftwater Trailhead is the western end of the North Umpqua Trail. The Tioga Segment is the lowest in elevation, and provides year-round recreation opportunities. The trail winds through old growth forests of Douglas-fir, hemlock, and sugar pine, with trees often over six feet in diameter.
The first quarter-mile of the trail is accessible to persons with disabilities and provides easy access to Deadline Falls. Travel another 1.5 miles through the attractive forested fern groves to the small, but picturesque, Fern Creek Falls. Day-hikers can venture a few more miles through riparian and forested areas, to Bob Butte. Then it's up the trail to a rock outcrop meadow and suggested turnaround for day-hikers. Beyond this, the trail drops down and meanders for many miles, close to the North Umpqua River.
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