Among the Forest People

by Clara Dillingham Pierson

Description: A charming series of nature stories for young children, including tales of red squirrels, great horned owls, rattlesnakes, and bats. No one can read these realistic conversations of the little creatures of the wood without being most tenderly drawn toward them. Within the context of each story children learn many interesting facts about the lives and habits of these little people of the forest.

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Ages:  5-7
Length:  135 pages
Format:  Paperback, Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2005
ISBN:  978-1-59915-018-5
Genres:  Natural History, Animal Stories

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Table of Contents

1. Mr. Red Squirrel Comes To Live in the Forest
2. Why Mr. Great Horned Owl Hatched the Eggs 
3. The Swaggering Crow 
4. The Red-Headed Woodpecker Children 
5. The Night Moth with a Crooked Feeler 
6. The Bees and the Kingbird 
7. The Story of the Cowbird's Egg 
8. Mrs. Mourning Dove's Housekeeping 
9. The Young Blue Jay Not Brave Enough To Be Afraid 
10. The Red Squirrels Begin Housekeeping 

11. The Biggest Little Rabbit Learns To See
12. The Little Bat Who Wouldn't Go to Bed 
13. A Swarm Leaves the Bee Tree 
14. The Haughty Ground Hog 
15. The Undecided Rattlesnake 
16. The Quarrelsome Mole 
17. The Wild Turkeys Come 
18. The Travellers Go South 
19. The Ruffed Grouse's Story 
20. A Mild Day in Winter

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