The root children spend the winter asleep deep underground under the care of their wise Mother Earth. When spring comes they wake up, sew new gowns and caps, and go forth into the world.
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Summary: All through the winter the Root Children sleep under the ground, but when spring comes Mother Nature wakes them up. Then the children are kept busy, sewing new gowns and capes, cleaning and painting the beetles and bugs. When summer comes they play in the fields, ponds and meadows, then in autumn they return to their underground home.… (more)