Obvious typographical errors have been corrected. A list of corrections
is found at the end of the text.
[Illustration: "Nannie! Nannie! come and get your breakfast!" P. 16.]
[Illustration: MINNIE and her PETS
BY MRS MADELINE LESLIE
MINNIE'S PET LAMB.]
MINNIE'S PET LAMB.
MRS. MADELINE LESLIE,
AUTHOR OF "THE LESLIE STORIES," "TIM, THE SCISSORS GRINDER,"
Wood Folk at School
[Illustration: "THERE AT A TURN IN THE PATH, NOT TEN YARDS AHEAD, STOOD A HUGE BEAR."]
WOOD FOLK AT SCHOOL
WILLIAM J. LONG
WOOD FOLK SERIES BOOK FOUR
GINN & COMPANY BOSTON · NEW YORK · CHICAGO · LONDON
ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL
COPYRIGHT, 1902, 1903 BY WILLIAM J. LONG
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The Athenaeum Press GINN & COMPANY · CAMBRIDGE · MASSACHUSETTS
It may surprise many, whose knowledge of wild animals is gained from rare, fleeting glimpses of frightened hoof or wing in the woods, to c...
Old Hendrik's Tales, by Captain Arthur Owen Vaughan.
OLD HENDRIK'S TALES, BY CAPTAIN ARTHUR OWEN VAUGHAN.
WHY OLD BABOON HAS THAT KINK IN HIS TAIL.
The day was hot, and the koppies simmered blue and brown along the Vaal
River. Noon had come, dinner was done. "Allah Mattie!" said the grey
old kitchen boy to himself, as he stretched to sleep in the shade of the
mimosa behind the house. "Allah ...
"All the four-footed folk in the neighborhood agreed that Dickie Deer Mouse was well worth knowing. Throughout Pleasant Valley there was no one else so gentle as he . . . He was always tastefully dressed in fawn color and white. And except sometimes in the spring, when he needed a new coat, he was a real joy to see. For he both looked and acted like a well-bred little person."
In one of Bailey's "Sleepy-Time Tales", we follow a polite little mouse called Dickie as he hunts for a summer home, finds food, and avoids various predators. But winter is coming, and Dickie must look for a cozy ...
Transcriber's Note: A number of typographical errors found in the original text have been maintained in this version. A list of these errors is found at the end of this book.
The illustration originally used as the frontispiece has been moved to the page to which it refers.
INSTINCT OF ANIMALS,
THEIR CHARACTERS, AND HABITS.
BY THOMAS BINGLEY.
EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS, FROM DRAWINGS BY T. LANDSEER.
Peter Rabbit has many questions. How did Howler the Wolf get his name? How did Lightfoot the Deer learn to jump? How did Drummer the Woodpecker come by his red cap? When Peter asks Grandfather Frog, Grandfather Frog tells him a story of long ago. This book is a collection of those stories told by Grandfather Frog and many others.
[Illustration: "Caw, caw, caw, caw, caw!" yelled Blacky at the top of
his voice. FRONTISPIECE. See page 132.]
BURGESS TRADE QUADDIES MARK
MOTHER WEST WIND "HOW" STORIES
Typographical errors and inconsistencies are listed at the end of the text.]
Being A Complete Description of FARM HOUSES, COTTAGES, and OUT BUILDINGS,
Wood Houses, Workshops, Tool Houses, Carriage and Wagon Houses, Stables, Smoke and Ash Houses, Ice Houses, Apiary or Bee House, Poultry Houses, Rabbitry, Dovecote, Piggery, Barns and Sheds ...
That the little boy loved Uncle Remus and his stories was so obvious that the tale-spinning sessions began drawing additional listeners. Daddy Jack, an old "Africa man" visiting from down-state; Sis Tempy, the strong chief of the mansion's servants; and Tildy, a young and pretty servant-girl - all found their way to Uncle Remus' rude cabin when their duties or interests permitted, to sit around the hearth and hear the wonderful tales of the animals, and foremost among them, Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox.
It turned out that some of the tales had different ways of telling, and the visitors too...
Dot and the Kangaroo, written in 1899, is a children’s book by Ethel C. Pedley about a little girl named Dot who gets lost in the Australian outback and is eventually befriended by a kangaroo and several other marsupials.
[Illustration: Dot and the Kangaroo]
CONRAD MARTENS, THE MAN AND HIS ART. By LIONEL LINDSAY, assisted by
G. V. F. MANN, Director of the National Art Gallery of New South
Wales. With reproductions of 60 of Martens' pictures, mostly in
colour. A handsome vo...
The Wanderers; or Adventures in the Wilds of Trinidad and up the Orinoco, by W.H.G. Kingston.
For political reasons the Macnamara family are forced to leave their old home in Pennsylvania, and elect to resettle in Trinidad. A big mistake because it is being administered by a bigoted Spanish religious government. The mother dies and is buried, but two Roman Catholic priests arrive with the intention of carrying out the funeral under their rites. So once again the family are displaced, this ...