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Whitefoot the Wood Mouse
As the days grow colder, little whitefoot the Wood Mouse decicdes it is time to find a warm, safe place to spend the winter. The happy little creatrue finds the perfect spot in Farmer Brown’s barn, where he meets a friendly stranger, tumbles into a life-threatening situation, and learns the meaning of the word “Trust.” A master storyteller, Thorton Burgess instills in his young readers important lessons about animals, nature, and the enviornment. Rich in warmth, simplicity, and nostalgic charm of an earlier day, this entertaining tale will beguile todays’s youngsters as much as it enthralled children generations ago. Unabridged republication of the edition published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1922.
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