About this title: When the first white people came to North America, the native people--who called the weeks of the sap run, the Maple Moon--shared their knowledge with them and saved the newcomers from starving. Connie Cook borrows elements from many traditional folk tales to present an enchanting account of how maple syrup might have been first discovered. Full color.
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