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Wild Animals I Have Known

Unromanticized Observations Of Animal Life In The Early Days Of Rough and Ready Rural America.
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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Summary

Ernest Seton's stories reach inside the animals he writes about, in telling their stories. He gives us a greater understanding of their lives on planet earth. Adventure, comedy and sadness all intertwine to make these stories hard to put down until the last word.

The stories include:

1. Lobo, the King of Carrumpaw

2. Silverspot, The Story of a Crow

3. Raggylug, the Story of a Cottontail Rabbit

4. Bingo, The Story of My Dog

5. The Springfield Fox

6. The Pacing Mustang

7. Wully, The Story of a Yaller Dog

8. Redruff, The Story of the Don Valley Partridge

Ernest Thompson Seton (1860–1946) was an influential writer, wildlife artist and one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America.

Born in England, raised in Canada, Seton eventually moved to New Mexico and became part of the arts community with Georgia O'Keefe.

Always interested in nature, the environment and Indian lore, Seton's literary work was among the first in the genre of modern wild-animal fiction, depicting character with a sense of compassion.

©2007 Ernest Seton (P)2005 Alcazar Audioworks

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  • 03-11-18

True story

I really like this book. The reason why is because of how the ther are lots of plottwis.

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  • 05-04-18

Anti-Wolf Propaganda

Begins with an anti-wolf, pro-cowboy fairy tale (a wolf killing 200 cattle in a single night is a lie and a bull**it extermination campaign) that I have no interest in finishing. May the Great Grey Wolf species thrive.

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