"The pleasant watercolors portray the animals appealingly and provide much to keep the eyes engaged: creatures peeking out from the foliage, a spider clinging to a tendril, and evidence of Beaver's lumberjack activities will maintain interest for multiple readings. (Picture book. 3-5)"
The characters from previous Schubert picture books (Beaver's Lodge, not reviewed, etc.) return for a new version of an old story.
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