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PART I
NATURE-HOME AND COUNTRY

Great deeds cannot die;
They with the sun and moon renew their light Forever,
blessing those that look on them.
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON.

THE WORLD OF NATURE

A FORWARD LOOK
Through the Magic Wand of Reading, our eyes are opened to the wonders of the World of Nature. In this book we shall catch glimpses of many of Nature's children that add beauty and wonder and charm to the world in which we live. There are stories, for example, of hunting wild animals in the wilderness, and in imagination we may take these journeys and share in the perils and the joys of camp and hunting life, while in reality we are very snugly curled up in a big chair by the fireplace.
But these stories of adventure among animals represent only a small part of what we mean by the World of Nature.
There is also the picture of the World of Nature as given by the poets. They interpret for us the influence of times and seasons, the music of birds, the beauty of flowers, of meadow and forest and sea. We all feel the joy of spring, but the poet sharpens our sense of its beauty by giving it clear expression.

" My heart leaps up when I behold
A rainbow in the sky,"

sings one of these poets, and our hearts share in his joy.
An English poet of today expresses for us the joy that fills our hearts at sight of the blossoms in the spring:

" Have you walked beneath the blossoms in the spring?
In the spring?
Beneath the apple blossoms in the spring?
When the pink cascades were falling,
And the silver brooklets brawling,
And the cuckoo bird is calling
In the spring!"

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