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Henry hikes to Fitchburg / D.B. Johnson.

Book Book (2000.)
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 x 28 cm
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2000.
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  • Awards: Boston Globe/Horn Book Picture Book Award Winner, 2000. Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Book Award, 2001.
    • ISBN: 0395968674 :
    Creation/Production Credits: Music composed by Jon Carroll.
    Participant or Performer: Narrated by James Naughton.
    Summary: While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, a bear, modeled on a young Henry Thoreau, walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts. Includes biographical information about Thoreau.
    Target Audience: Elementary Grade.
    170 Lexile.
    Study Program Information: Accelerated Reader 2.1.
    Reading Counts! 2.3.
    • Baker & Taylor
      While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, young Henry Thoreau walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts
    • Baker & Taylor
      While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, a bear, modeled on a young Henry Thoreau, walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts. Includes biographical information about Thoreau.
    • Baker & Taylor
      While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, a bear, modeled on a young Henry Thoreau, walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts. Includes biographical information about Thoreau.While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, young Henry Thoreau walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts
    • Houghton
      Inspired by a passage from Henry David Thoreau's WALDEN, this wonderfully appealing story follows two friends who have very different approaches to life. When the two agree to meet one evening in Fitchburg, which is thirty miles away, each decides to get there in his own way and have surprisingly different days.

    Citation:

    Johnson, D B. "Henry hikes to Fitchburg." Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2000.

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