The Legend of Dragonfly Pond

Book One

by Alene Adele Roy


Formats

Softcover
$24.99
$14.99
Hardcover
$30.99
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$14.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/27/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 60
ISBN : 9781434368249
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 60
ISBN : 9781496955388
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 60
ISBN : 9781481720694

About the Book

Dragonfly Pond Word Phrase Game Choose a word phrase below from the book to create new words from its letters. Write the new words down on a piece of paper. You may set a time limit or not, playing alone, with family or friends, on in teams. When the time limit is up, the player or team with the most correctly spelled words will win. Enjoy the game! Chasing winter chill Blackberry Brier and Bramble Critters of Dragonfly Pond Most beautiful scene Icy North Wind Fish, frogs, waterfowl Winter was here Amphibians, reptiles Into Snowdrift Alley Insects, worms The young dragonfly Fun filled flight Wings circled high Animals and birds The Dragonfly Kids Hovered, flew backwards Their dear friend The web-footed Deserted and frozen Blackberry Prairie Many beautiful snowflakes Tippy Raccoon Migrating Canadian geese Warm blooded animals Snow crusted branches Can climb trees Marshlands, hollows, hills Spring Clover Meadow North Wind’s arctic air Worms, shellfish Church bells rang Birds were swans Protect the frog The lagoon area Saw smiling snowman To Merry Marsh Summer Wind sang Pastures and puddles Garden At Waterspray Way Tall meadow grasses


About the Author

Alene is a newpaper columnist and author of ‘Cooking With Sourdough - A Tribute To The Oregon Trail Pioneers,’ and two inspirational books.  Her poetry was featured in ‘Oregon’s Cookbook For Living,’ a fundraiser for cancer aid and research.  She wrote ‘Bird Town,’ a children’s fiction series, and a cooking column, ‘Feeding Our Families,’ for Vancouver Family Magazine. Her yard and gardens are certified as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by The National Wildlife Federation and she is a member of Audubon Society.  She received her diploma in Writing For Children and Teenagers from The Institute of Children’s Literature.