HaystackBook - 1995
The haystack was once a familiar sight on the prairie landscape. It was a model of the practical and responsible use of natural resources as well as a symbol of pastoral bounty and of the enduring farming tradition. Through Arthur and Bonnie Geisert's vision the reader will come to see that a haystack was more than just a simple pile of hay. Arthur's exquisite colored etchings and Bonnie's informative text bring to life a fascinating heritage that gave support and sustenance to the variety of needs and functions of a working farm.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995.
Branch Call Number: JENF/633.2/GEIS
Characteristics: 32p : col. ill. ; 19 X 30cm.