The House in the WoodseBook - 2012
One morning as the wood-cutter was about to go to work, he said to his wife, "Let my dinner be brought into the forest to me by my eldest daughter, or I shall never get my work done, and in order that she may not miss her way," he added, "I will take a bag of millet with me and strew the seeds on the path." When, the sun was just above the center of the forest, the girl set out on her way with a bowl of soup, but the field-sparrows, and wood-sparrows, larks and finches, blackbirds and siskins had picked up the millet long before, and the girl could not find the track.
Publisher: [Cambridge, Mass.] : Trajectory Comics, 
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource : chiefly col. ill