Among the Night People by Clara Dillingham Pierson, C. Gordon F.

By Clara Dillingham Pierson, C. Gordon F.

Tales of animals of the evening for childrens, referring to the actions of raccoons, skunks, moths, foxes, fireflies, and weasels. considering that we will not comprehend animal language, the writer depicts the animals speaking to one another in English, yet she does it so skillfully that you can think of that they're utilizing their very own methods of speaking via voice and gesture.

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By Clara Dillingham Pierson, C. Gordon F.

Tales of animals of the evening for childrens, referring to the actions of raccoons, skunks, moths, foxes, fireflies, and weasels. considering that we will not comprehend animal language, the writer depicts the animals speaking to one another in English, yet she does it so skillfully that you can think of that they're utilizing their very own methods of speaking via voice and gesture.

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She even seemed not to notice Little Brother's matted coat. When they awakened the next night, the mother hurried them off with her to the same pond where they had been to the party. " The young Raccoons had another fine time, although Little Brother found it very uncomfortable to wear so many burrs. They played tag in the trees, and ate, and swam, and lay on the beach. While they were lying there, the four from the oak-tree noticed that their mother was walking flat-footed. There was bright moonlight and anybody might see her.

The water was low, and in the small pools by the shore there were many fresh-water clams and small fishes, such as Raccoons like best of all. A family of six young Raccoons who lived very near the pond had found them just before sunrise, when they had to climb off to bed. They knew there was much more food there than they could eat alone, so their mother had let them invite their four friends who lived in the hollow of the oak-tree. The party was to begin the next evening at moonrise, and the four children who lived in the oak-tree got their invitation just as they were going to sleep for the day.

This tube had a cluster of tiny wing-like things on the very tip, which kept it floating on the top of the water. They had no work to do, so they just ate food which they found in the water, and wiggled, and played tag, and whenever they were at all frightened they dived to the bottom and stayed there until they were out of breath. That was never very long. There were many things to frighten them. Sometimes a stray Horse stopped by the barrel to drink, sometimes a Robin perched on the edge for a few mouthfuls of water, and once in a while a Dragon-Fly came over to visit from the neighboring pond.

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