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      Spier, Peter.
      1995, c1992.
      A Picture Yearling book
      A traveling circus arrives, sets up its village of tents, performs for the crowd, and then moves on again.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1992.
      1st ed.
      A traveling circus arrives, sets up its village of tents, performs for the crowd, and then moves on again.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1986.
      1st ed.
      Two children watch cloud formations and interpret them for themselves.
      Spier, Peter.
      1985.
      1st ed.
      Retells the Biblical story of the man who spent three days and three nights in the belly of a great fish. Includes historical material on Jonah's
      Spier, Peter.
      c1983.
      1st ed.
      Illustrations without text follow the activities of three young children and their parents as they prepare for, and finally celebrate, Christmas.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1982.
      1st ed.
      Two children play in their backyard during a rainy day.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1980.
      1st ed.
      Emphasizes the differences among the four billion people on earth.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1979.
      1st ed.
      Describes life in bustling 17th-century New Amsterdam and a woman whose seemingly "crazy" behavior raises an interesting question in light of New
      Spier, Peter.
      c1978.
      One Saturday morning while their parents are away, the three Noonan children decide to paint the house.
      Spier, Peter.
      c1978.
      1st ed.
      On a lazy afternoon, two bored brothers keep themselves busy by building and flying an airplane.
      Cover image for Noah's ark
      Spier, Peter.
      c1977.
      1st ed.
      Retells in pictures how a pair of every manner of creature climbed on board Noah's ark and thereby survived the Flood. The bee and the fox, the s