SAMUEL'S TREE HOUSE by Bethany Tudor

SAMUEL'S TREE HOUSE

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How Samuel, a plush duck, builds a tree house, refusing offers of help from sister Samantha and from the red squirrel who lives in the same tree; how a storm smashes the tree-house roof; and how, after a few rainy days indoors with Samantha, Samuel returns to the tree house to find the damage repaired by tree neighbors Mrs. Chick-a-dee, the squirrel, and several woodpeckers. ""It's fun to do things all by myself--but it's even more fun to do things together,"" is Samuel's conclusion. But Samantha has the best line in ""Ducks don't belong in trees."" Fluff, in the service of banality.

Pub Date: April 30th, 1979
Publisher: Collins