Princess Who Danced with Cranes
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Princess Who Danced with Cranes

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A lushly illustrated fable about a beautiful land that is almost destroyed until a princess takes action to save her environment. Ages 6-9
Paperback, 24 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Second Story Press
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Andrea Lister
My daughter was recently given this book as a gift and we both really enjoyed it.

Beautiful pictures complement the story. It is warm, heartfelt with a good environmental message.
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Annette LeBox is an environmental activist and award-winning author of four picture books and two YA novels. As a founding member and director of the Pitt Polder Preservation Society, she was a major stakeholder in the conservation of two British Columbia Regional Parks: Blaney Bog and Codd Wetlands.

Her picture book, Salmon Creek, was awarded the British Columbia Book prize for illustrated literat...more
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