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8 edition of Secrets of the Woods found in the catalog.

Secrets of the Woods

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Published by Yesterday"s Classics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Animals - General,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction / Animals / General

  • Edition Notes

    Yesterday"s Classics

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8901135M
    ISBN 101599150220
    ISBN 109781599150222
    OCLC/WorldCa291060425

    This great man-creature, with his face close to the table, perfectly still but for his eyes, with a hand that moved gently if it moved at all, was not to be feared—that Tookhees felt instinctively. I was out in my canoe alone looking for a loon's nest, one midsummer day, when the fresh trail of a bull caribou drew me to shore. He knew that they could turn rocks to rubble, move with eerie swiftness both above ground and under it, reproduce horizontally, and digest food outside their bodies via excreted enzymes. Soon they came regularly.

    On the underside of the fall-log I found some long hairs still clinging in the crevices of the rough bark. He delights also in running water, especially in winter when lakes and streams are mostly frozen, and in his journeyings he makes use of the open channels that guard the beavers' work. I was standing on snowshoes, looking out over the frozen river, when Keeonekh appeared in an open pool with a trout in his mouth. More Details. Rose discovers that love blooms in the ways that are least expected. I pinched him a few times, hooting like an owl as I did so,—a startling process, which sent the other mice diving like brown streaks to cover.

    Insert your e-mail below to start getting these recommendations. We traded best guesses, exchanging what little information we had, and they wandered off. Snap and swoop, and teeth and claws,—jump for your life and find out afterwards. He had long loved fungi, which seemed to him possessed of superpowers. Killooleet was dozing by his nest; the chickadees had vanished, knowing that it was not meal time; and Meeko the red squirrel had been made to jump from the fir top to the ground so often that now he kept sullenly to his own hemlock across the island, nursing his sore feet and scolding like a fury whenever I approached.


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Insert your e-mail below to start getting these recommendations. When she was twelve, she was imprisoned in a Japanese camp during the war, where she wrote her very first book using begged and borrowed paper.

The lake surface was still warm; no storms nor frosts had cooled it. Had not the water been shallow I should never have found it; for they are the most wonderful of swimmers, making no ripple on the surface, and not half the disturbance below it that a fish of the same weight makes.

He tames easily, and makes the most docile and affectionate pet of all the wood folk. Mooween evidently knew the spot; the alders Secrets of the Woods book that he was heading straight for Secrets of the Woods book, to look out on the lake and see what the alarm was about. Why they do it is more than I know; but it must be uncomfortable for every mouthful—full of fish bones, too—to slide uphill to one's stomach.

I must confess here that, besides the boy's wonder in watching the wild things, another interest brought me to the river bank and kept me studying Keeonekh's ways. And when I followed it into the shade and silence of the woods, the first mossy log that lay across it was worn smooth by the passage of many little feet.

The swimming power of an otter, which was so evident there in the winter pool, is one of the most remarkable things in nature. It would be senseless to attempt to surprise him now; besides, I had no weapon of any kind. She had 3 siblings, two brothers and a sister.

Her own faith is greatly reduced and hangs only by a thread. It was very steep, about twenty feet high, and had been made perfectly smooth by much sliding and wetting-down. I offer this book simply to encourage parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles to take a child aside and read to them.

Though Keeonekh loves the water and lives in it more than half the time, his little ones are afraid of it as so many kittens. And this is all happening right under our feet. That settled it; but even as I looked at him over the gun sight, Tookhees finished his crumb, came to my foot, ran along my leg into my lap, and looked into my face expectantly.

Both little ones turned in at the same instant and found a resting place on her back. They never scrambled up over it, but went round the point and climbed from the other side, or else went up parallel to the slide, some distance away, where the ascent was easier and where there was no danger of rolling stones or sticks upon the coasting ground to spoil its smoothness.

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And this strange fire with hungry odors, and the white tent, and the comings and goings of men who were masters of the woods kept fox and lynx and owl far away—that he learned after a day or two.

When it ended the beaver rolled up dead, and Keeonekh shot up under the second beaver to repeat the attack. Some of the science undertaken on the island was what might be called methodologically high-risk.

After hours of cleaning and sifting, he had enough to pile, with a pair of tweezers, onto a tiny fragment of biscuit, which he then ate.

Secrets Of The Woods

He was visiting the stranger colony, as wood mice are fond of doing, and persuading them by his example that they might trust me, as he did. Suzanne currently resides in San Francisco in Bay area together with her family; her husband, 4 children, a son-in-law, one new grandbaby as well as a number of dogs.

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