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A young badger is scared by a prickly ball and takes his brother to see it

Hardcover:

9780898123029 | Creative Paperbacks Inc, June 1, 1981, cover price $3.95 | About this edition: A badger is frightened by a prickly ball, but when he takes his brother to see it, they discover the secret of the spiky thing.

Both the squirrels and mice eat the acorns from the magic tree; but in the spring one acorn is missing from the food store and only the magic tree knows what has really happened to it.

Hardcover:

9780898123036, titled "Magic Tree and the Missing Acorn" | Creative Paperbacks Inc, June 1, 1981, cover price $3.95 | About this edition: Both the squirrels and mice eat the acorns from the magic tree; but in the spring one acorn is missing from the food store and only the magic tree knows what has really happened to it.

Library:

9780865921047 | Rourke Pub Group, June 1, 1981, cover price $13.26 | About this edition: Both the squirrels and mice eat the acorns from the magic tree; but in the spring one acorn is missing from the food store and only the magic tree knows what has really happened to it.

The animals living in and near the magic oak tree settle down for winter

Hardcover:

9780898123043 | Creative Paperbacks Inc, June 1, 1981, cover price $3.95 | About this edition: The animals living in and near the magic oak tree settle down for winter

The animals living in and near the magic oak tree witness the seasonal activities of a redstart family, including its winter migration. Includes suggested activities such as finding the animals concealed in several drawings.

Hardcover:

9780898123050 | Creative Paperbacks Inc, June 1, 1981, cover price $3.95 | About this edition: The animals living in and near the magic oak tree witness the seasonal activities of a redstart family, including its winter migration.

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