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by Thornton W. Burgess

ePub Mother West Winds Animal Friends download
Author:
Thornton W. Burgess
ISBN13:
978-0884117797
ISBN:
0884117790
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Publisher:
Amereon Ltd (June 1, 1989)
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Classics
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Burgess trade quaddies mark. Mother west wind's animal friends. Old Mother West Wind's family is very big, very big indeed

Burgess trade quaddies mark. By thornton w. burgess. Author of "Old Mother West Wind," and "Mother West Wind's Children". Illustrated by George Kerr. Boston little, brown, and company 1920. Old Mother West Wind's family is very big, very big indeed. There aredozens and dozens of Merry Little Breezes, all children of Old MotherWest Wind. Every morning she comes down from the Purple Hills andtumbles them out of a great bag on to the Green Meadows.

Home Thornton W. Burgess Mother West Wind's Animal Friends. Old Mother West Wind, hurrying down from the Purple Hills with her MerryLittle Breezes, discovered the newcomer in the Green Forest on the edgeof the Green Meadows

Home Thornton W. Old Mother West Wind, hurrying down from the Purple Hills with her MerryLittle Breezes, discovered the newcomer in the Green Forest on the edgeof the Green Meadows. Of course the Merry Little Breezes saw him, too,and as soon as Old Mother West Wind had turned them loose on the GreenMeadows they started out to spread the news. As they hurried along the Crooked Little Path up the hill, they metReddy Fox. "Oh, Reddy Fox," cried the Merry Little Breezes, so excited that alltalked together, "there's a stranger in the Green Forest!"

Home Thornton W. That evening, when Old Mother West Wind hurried across the GreenMeadows on her way to her home behind the Purple Hills, she found JerryMuskrat sitting on the end of a log eating his supper of fresh-waterclams. Mother West Wind's Animal Friends, . 4. Showing just above the water on the edge of the Smiling Pool wasthe foundation of Jerry Muskrat's new house. The next morning Jerry was up and at work even before Old Mother WestWind, who is a very early riser, came down from the Purple Hills.

Mother West Wind's Animal Friends. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

Thornton Waldo Burgess was born in Sandwich on January 14, 1874. He published his first book, Old Mother West Wind, in 1910 Burgess was a naturalist and conservationist, and loved loved nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years

Thornton Waldo Burgess was born in Sandwich on January 14, 1874. Burgess graduated from Sandwich High School in 1891, and went on to attend a Business College in Boston from 1892-93. At the age of 17, Burgess briefly lived in Boston and then moved to Springfield, Massachusetts. He published his first book, Old Mother West Wind, in 1910 Burgess was a naturalist and conservationist, and loved loved nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written more than 170 books and 15,000 stories for daily columns in newspapers. Burgess was also actively involved with conservation efforts.

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Thornton Waldo Burgess (January 17, 1874 – June 5, 1965) was an American conservationist and author of children's stories

Thornton Waldo Burgess (January 17, 1874 – June 5, 1965) was an American conservationist and author of children's stories. Burgess loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years in books and his newspaper column, Bedtime Stories. He was sometimes known as the Bedtime Story-Man. By the time he retired, he had written more than 170 books and 15,000 stories for the daily newspaper column.

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List of illustrations. The end. Books by thornton w. Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories. (Thornton Waldo) Burgess. I. The merry little breezes save the green meadows. Mother West Wind "Where" Stories. The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp. Mother West Wind "How" Stories.

  • I can remember sitting around the iseng glass pot belly stove on weekends with Lloyd Hake (he is 92 now) and Leon Heth (he passed on so young at 53) some 85 years ago, listening to my grandfather read these great tails of the friends of Mother West Wind, while the North Winds blew around our house in Wisconsin at 30 below zero. Tony and Ozzie would trudge down to our farm through snow up to their crotch just to watch 'the old man' lick his thumb, dig into this and other Burgees books, and say vell, las mer gook wass ik habben herin, yets? And when he found where he had left off we all took imaginary wings into the land of winds and animals that spoke with one another, and animals that all got along with one another. People should be so smart, Ja?

  • Great five minute stories that I remember reading as a kid and now I can start reading them to my daughter. Simple and easy to understand, many of the stories teach lessons about morals, instead of mindless blather. I am enjoying reading through the series again.

  • This is an excellent children's book for ages 2-6. It was written about a hundred years ago but is still excellent. Some years ago I recorded some of the stories and sent them to a friend's children. It was immediately their favorite. It was also a favorite of mine. I would recommend it to everyone.

  • Thorton Burgess wrote an entire series of Mother West Wind stories close to a hundred years ago. All are about animals and their adventures in Green Forest----Prickly Porky the Porcupine joins a number of others from previous books like Reddy Fox, Peter Rabbit,and Happy Jack Squirrel. Even though this is a continuation of other books, the stories can stand alone.

    These were the bedtime stories my mother read to me in the 1940's; they are sweet, anthromorpic, and child appropriate. They are written simply enough so that children who have just learned to read may also enjoy them. I have purchased new copies of several to give as gifts to my 90-year-old mother who enjoys reading them to her great grandchildren. The older children also enjoy reading the stories by themselves.

  • This is first book of series and title of the series. All are great Little Joe Otter REDDY Fox. There was a rabbit, a dog Fox otter owl, crow. All lived together in the woods with their families. Give a brake over 60 years since I read these books.I would recommend them to any child who loves animals.

  • My children loved this book years ago. I enjoyed reading it again and wondered if children today would still enjoy it. A wonderful book for all ages.

  • I grew up with these stories. So glad I could find a copy for my grandchildren.

  • My 12 year old boy enjoys these stories. They bring anmals to life. They are about 3rd to 4th grade reading level in my estimate. He is on about an 8th grade level, but likes to read these for relaxing.