EVERYDAY ANIMALS by Gertrude Allen

EVERYDAY ANIMALS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The homes, food, characteristics and peculiar habits of six common woods animals are related in easy-to-read vocabulary and type. Accurate illustrations by the author in two colors distinguish one animal from the text, the rabbit from the chipmunk, the striped skunk from the porcupine, the mouse from the squirrel. A nice little helpmate to make the child's woodsy environment more meaningful.

Pub Date: April 20th, 1961
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin