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The Wainscott Weasel by Fred Marcellino,Tor Seidler

The Wainscott Weasel
The Wainscott Weasel
Fred Marcellino,Tor Seidler
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
Demco Media; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (May 1, 1996)
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1951 kb
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All sorts of creatures live near the Wainscott woods on the South Fork of Long Island, but the most remarkable citizens of this seaside community are the weasels, including Zeke Whitebelly and his boisterous brothers, Bagley Brown, Jr., and Wendy Blackish.Bagley Brown, the son of the famous Wainscott weasel, assumes he doesn't have the courage of his father, until he decides to move an osprey nest in order to save Bridget, the fish

  • Valawye
It comes off slightly old fashioned, but it is a very charming tale about relationships between different animals, sometimes of other species. Some of the relationships are unexpected, as is the course of the story as a whole. I found it very interesting, but this is my genre so to speak. I don't want to spoil the story, so I will leave it at that. It is one of my favourites.
  • Puchock
My son who is 9 now loves this book. He checked it out of the school library at the end of 2nd Grade. He loved it so much as soon as summer was over and he started 3rd grade he checked it out again...and twice more during the year. Then he started asking for it for his birthday. I haven't read it myself, but this is my son who is more hesitant to read than his older sister. He really has to like a book to read it, and must LOVE it to read it more than once.
  • Eigonn
A wonderful book with wonder filled writing and incredible illustrations.
  • Doomblade
Not a favorite with seven year old grandson.
  • Uickabrod
Love this story!
  • Rude
This book has been a quotable family favorite for years. I bought copies for my children to take with them.
  • Flathan
A charming classic story for all ages! I have given this very special book to children and to adults as gifts! It reminds me of Roald Dahl's "children's" book, Fantastic Mr. Fox, another bewitching, delightful book, easily cherished by all who love animals. I wish both authors would write another book!!
I was buying this book as a gift for one of my grandsons. It was marked good. I don't consider it good. The front cover had a big crease all the way down it and the corner was creased. Then the back cover had been creased. The pages were fine, though.
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