Table of contents for The Huntington for kids : a kaleidoscope of books, art, and nature / Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen.

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The Beginnings of the Huntington's Gardens
Explore the Huntington's Gardens Today
Activity: Play with Water, Walk in Fog
Activity: Explore All of the Huntington Gardens
Activity: Explore the Botanical Conservatory
Activity: Go on a Seed Hunt
How Do Seeds Travel?
Activity: Grow Plants from Seeds
The Huntington's Herbarium
Building the Huntington Mansion
A Beaux-Arts Mansion
Meet Arabella and Henry Huntington
Children in the Huntington Art Collection
Meet Pinkie
Meet the Blue Boy
Who Works in the Art Galleries?
Activity: Photograph or Draw a Portrait 
Write a Story About a Landscape Painting
The Beginning of the Huntington Library
Our Founding Fathers at the Huntington Library
Working Inside the Huntington Library
What is a Collection?
Activity: Start a Collection
Activity: Organize a Family Photo Collection 
Activity: Make Your Own Book-Plate
Henry Huntington's Childhood
Working on the Railroad
Tourists Stream into Sunny Southern California
. . . And So Does Henry Huntington
Trolley Man
Henry Huntington and His Electric Trolleys Roll Through Southern California.
Henry Retires
Activity: Trace a Trolley Route

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery -- Juvenile literature.
Huntington Botanical Gardens -- Juvenile literature.
Huntington, Henry Edwards, 1850-1927 -- Juvenile literature.
Rare book libraries -- California -- San Marino -- Juvenile literature.
Art museums -- California -- San Marino -- Juvenile literature.
Botanical gardens -- California -- San Marino -- Juvenile literature.