Wild Bog Tea

Wild Bog Tea

Book - 2001
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This story beautifully describes the gradual development of a bog. A boy and his grandfather visit a newly formed bog and observe bog orchids, sandhill cranes, and wild plum; then they go home and make wild bog tea. As the narrator grows into a man, he continues to visit the special place with his grandfather, and they watch it mature into a full-fledged bog. Finally, after his grandfather's death, the man revisits the bog and remembers the years of his boyhood.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Douglas & McIntyre, 2001
ISBN: 9780888994066
Branch Call Number: JE LEB
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill
Additional Contributors: Chan, Harvey


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