ear-round residence by the Minnesota-Canada border and Lake Superior provides Helen Hoover and her husband Ade the...

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THE LONG-SHADOWED FOREST

ear-round residence by the Minnesota-Canada border and Lake Superior provides Helen Hoover and her husband Ade the environment in which to enjoy the company and companionship of many wild creatures and things. Here she describes the trees, chen, flowers of forest and meadow; the fish and turtles of the lake; birds of land and air; insects; mammals of wood and stream. The approach of wild ones to be fed includes flying squirrels, deer, mink and weasel as well as the constant flocks of jay-nd chickadee. Nearby and once met are lynx, wolf, bald eagle and snowy owl. A serene ease of association communicates itself in this pleasant sharing of North woods life.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963