Table of contents for From maple tree to syrup / by Melanie Mitchell.

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1. Maple syrup comes from maple trees.
2. The trees make sap.
3. Workers collect the sap.
4. Spouts are put in the holes.
5. Buckets hang on the spouts.
6. The buckets fill.
7. The barrels are taken away.
8. The sap is heated.
9. The syrup is put in bottles.
10.  Time to eat!

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Maple syrup