1. ABC Enid by Gretchen Cole-Lade
This Oklahoma ABC book was put together by a teacher and students with severe disabilities at the Enid High School in Enid, Oklahoma.
2. Buffalo Train Ride by Desiree Morrison Webber Although millions of buffalo once covered the plains, the animals were hunted almost to extinction in the 1800s. President Theodore opened the way for conservationists to establish a
wildlife preserve in Oklahoma Territory. Fifteen buffalo from the New York Zoological Society were loaded onto a
train to Oklahoma in order to replenish the lost herds. Bad brakes, Texas fever, wolves,
and the not-so-willing attitude of the buffalo stood in their way!
3. When Turtle Grew Feathers by Tim Tingle When Rabbit challenges Turtle to a race,
he gets his comeuppance...and Turtle gets a little help from his friend, Turkey.
In the process, we learn why Turtle's shell is cracked and why you never see Rabbit racing Turtle today.