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Mother West Wind "Why" stories

Thornton Waldo Burgess

Mother West Wind "Why" stories

by Thornton Waldo Burgess

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Published by J.Lane .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementillustrated by Harrison Cady.
SeriesBedtime story books series; no.31
The Physical Object
Pagination128p.,ill.,18cm
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18702889M

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MOTHER WEST WIND "WHY" STORIES by. THORNTON W. BURGESS "My, my, my, how angry everybody grew! With Old King Bear at their head, they started out to hunt for old Mr. Possum. When he saw them coming, he realized that what he had thought was a joke had become no longer a laughing matter for him. He was too frightened to run, so he scrambled up a tree. Image 26 of Mother West Wind "where" stories, 10 MOTHER WEST WIND WHERE STORIES story that way. “ Chug-a-rum! “ Chug-a-rum! Once upon a time the Great World was mostly water, and most of the people lived in the water.

Thornton W. Burgess's children's tales have enchanted generations. Mother West Wind "Why" Stories continues the adventures begun in the book "Old Mother West Wind." This time we learn why Striped Chipmunk is proud of his stripes, why Peter Rabbit c. * * * * Originally published in , Mother West Wind How Stories is part of Thornton W. Burgess s long running, and much beloved, series of children s nature books about the Green Meadow and the Green Forest. This edition includes the original four illustrations. * * * * This book is the sixth in Thornton Burgess s Mother West Wind series.


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Mother West Wind Why Stories: A Vintage Collection Edition [Thornton Burgess, R.F. Gilmor, Harrison Cady] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Children’s Bedtime Story: Mother West Wind 'WHY' Stories - A Vitage Collection Edition WHY does a Possum play dead.

WHY can't a snake walk. WHY do bats fly at night. WHY5/5(1). Thornton W Burgess only writes classics. All of the Mother West Wind books are wonderfully written. The why stories are full of the most unforgettable characters. This is a book that readers of all ages will want to read over and over.

Why Stories are full of fun and excitement from the beginning to the end/5(26). Thornton W. Burgess was a bird-watching, berry-picking student of nature, who took up writing children's stores including those collected in Old Mother West Wind "Where" Stories ().

He writes about talking animals, but his characters remain true to their real-life counterparts/5. Thornton W. (Waldo) Burgess (), American author, naturalist and conservationist, wrote popular children's stories including the Old Mother West Wind () series.

He would go on to write more than books and thousands of short-stories during his lifetime/5. Mother West Wind "When" Stories is about "when" things first happened to animals in the Wide Green Meadows: for instance when did Mr.

Bluebird won his beautiful coat, and when did Mr. Moose first lost his horns. The 16 short tales are just perfect for bedtime or for children learning to : Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1. old mother west wind 2. mother west wind's children 3.

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Similar to Mother West Wind Why Stories, a collection of stories themed with ‘Where’, ‘What’, etc were also written by the author. Now, parents don’t need to run and hunt for the bed time stores.

There are 16 stories and children would love to hear it at least one more time. Elders can make themselves a great and interesting story teller. Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories Contents: Why Striped Chipmunk is proud of his stripes -- Why Peter Rabbit cannot fold his hands -- Why Unc' Billy Possum plays dead -- Why Reddy Fox wears red -- Why Jimmy Skunk never hurries -- Why Sammy Jay has a fine coat -- Why Jerry Muskrat builds his house in the water -- Why Old Man Coyote has many voices.

Mother West Wind Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Mother West Wind "why" stories. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, © Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thornton W Burgess; Harrison Cady.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Get this from a library. Mother West Wind. OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations: Contents: Why Striped Chipmunk is proud of his stripes --Why Peter Rabbit cannot fold his hands --Why Unc' Billy Possum plays dead --Why Reddy Fox wears red --Why Jimmy Skunk never hurries --Why Sammy Jay has a fine coat --Why Jerry Muskrat builds his house in the water --Why old.

Mother West Wind "Why" Stories, Illustrated Children's book, first published inwith eight color illustrations. According to Wikipedia: Thornton Waldo Brand: Barnes & Noble Press. Mother West Wind Stories to Read Aloud, by Thornton W.

Burgess, illustrated by Sergio Leone, vintage children's chapter book, animals OneHopeLibrary 5 out of 5 stars (12) $ Favorite. Mother West Wind 'Where' Stories: The Bedtime Story Books Series Burgess, Thornton Waldo [] Illustrated by Harrison Cady [] Published by Published by John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., 8 Bury Place, London First UK Edition.

His gently humorous stories about the animals of the meadows and woods teach little lessons about getting along with others; they are perfect bedtime stories for small children. First Page: MOTHER WEST WIND "WHY" STORIES.

THORNTON W. BURGESS. Author of "Old Mother West Wind," and "The Bed Time Story Books." Illustrations in Color by. Save 10%. Starting with the publication of Old Mother West Wind, Burgess wrote thousands of stories in the course of his year career. This book set draws readers into The Green Forest, where they share in the adventures of Peter Cottontail, Bobby Raccoon, Granny Fox, and other lovable animals.

"Old Mother West Wind", is the first of many stories by Burgess of his imagined world of The Green Forest, the Laughing Brook, and the Smiling Pond. Originally published init is based upon a series of bedtime stories Burgess wrote for his by: 1.

Buy a cheap copy of Mother West Wind Why Stories book. Free shipping over $ Thornton W. Burgess was a conservationist and prolific author of children's books. His gently humorous stories about the animals of the meadows and woods teach little lessons about getting along with others; they are perfect bedtime stories for small children.

Mother West Wind 'when' Stories - Burgess Quaddies Trade Mark Hardcover - January 1, thorton w. burgess Published by Grosset & Dunlap () (). Mother West Wind Why Stories, Thornton Burgess, DJ,Good dust jacket with moderate wear, Fine book with no significant wear, clean interior with no writing inside.

Inv: SU12 Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive. Mother West Wind "When" Stories Thornton W. BURGESS ( - ) Thorton Burgess gives us a collection of stories about the animals, explaining 'when' they got their peculiar traits.Old Mother West Wind came down from the Purple Hills in the golden light of the early morning.

Over her shoulders was slung a bag—a great big bag—and in the bag were all of Old Mother West Wind's children, the Merry Little Breezes. Old Mother West Wind came down from the Purple Hills to the Green Meadows and as she walked she crooned a song.Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories.

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