The Restful March is aptly named because it is a march full of rests! It is a fun and educational piece for beginners who can play the notes of the D major scale.
Porcui the Porcupine is an unusual yet fulfilling piece that creates modernistic soundscapes. The strangeness of the rhythmical sounds creates the somewhat unnerving impression of a porcupine flexing his quills.
The High Low Waltz addresses the fundamental issue of moving between F and F#, which entails using the high and low 1st finger on violin and the high and low 2nd finger on violin and viola, the 2nd and 3rd fingers on cello, and the 2nd and 4th fingers and high and low 1st finger on bass.
Child's Play contains children's games and is relatively easy (as in the expression "child's play"), yet it explores various rhythms, as well as playing on offbeats and coming in mid measure (bar).
Birds in Flight musically imitates the flapping wings of a flocks of birds.
A Walk in the Park is ..."a walk in the park" (easy)! But it is also a virtual walk in the park! With all instruments in 1st position, we hear a strolling theme built on the pentatonic scale, interspersed with episodes of 8th notes using the mixolydian mode (lowered 7th) portraying the happenings in a park.