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August 26, 2010

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Bonney

Looks like a very helpful book! My favorite leaf is the red maple leaf. And I have to mention that I love the crush the "leaves" of any pine tree to release that wonderful scent.

Joan

Nice looking book...I like maple leaves, both red and green and also oak leaves...they are the most abundant in my area of PA. The kids use them in school alot also for different projects like tracing and making other crafts.

Anita Themer

I love the Ginko leaf. It is beautiful. And they stay on the tree forever and then drop all at once as a beautiful blanket.

Sara Denbo

Any knitted leaf pattern is what I like! Thank you for the great giveaway opportunity. I also love Margaret Hubert!

Mary Furman

Oak leaves are my very favorite!

Isabel

goodness- which is your favourite child? favourite leaf is probably aralia

Jackie

My favorite leaves are maple and birch.

MelodyJ

My favorite real leaf is maple. My favorite crafted leaf is the glass bead leaves that artisians make for jewelry making.

melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

Sally

My favorite leaf is fern. I love how they emerge in a tight spiral and unfurl to reveal their beauty. I also love the fall colors of Maple leaves.

Susan

My favorite leaves are hosta and coleus, which both do well in the shaded area around my front door.

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