SQUIRRELS IN THE GARDEN by Olive L. Earle
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SQUIRRELS IN THE GARDEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Top marks to Miss Earle, an expert writer of children's nature stories, for this nighly imaginative, artistic book. Miss Earle smoothly blends accurate factual information about the life cycle of squirrels with a lively story of one particular squirrel's adventures. In the perfect illustrations, accurate in every detail, the furry fellows are very much alive-- poking their heads into holes, hoisting themselves up to bird feeders, falling from trees, and having a rollicking good time. Both young readers and listeners should delight in this sensitive account.

Pub Date: March 6th, 1963
Publisher: Morrow