The Adventures Of Ol' Mistah Buzzardby Thornton W. Burgess, Harrison Cady (Illustrator)
1919. Burgess, author of the Mother West Wind Series, presents another fascinating adventure of animals, large and small, that children of all ages are sure to delight in. The book begins: It had been a bad day on the green Meadows. Yes, Sir, it had been a very bad day, especially for the littlest folks who live there. From the time jolly, round, red Mr. Sun first began his long climb up the blue, blue sky until it was almost time for him to go to bed behind the Purple Hills, there had been great fear on the Green Meadows. And it was all because of a black speck way, way up in the sky, a black speck that kept going round and round and round and round in circles. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
- Wilder Publications
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)
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this was a good book.i found the book good, but not the best book i ever read.it comes in about third place in my liking.it is about a vulture who comes to live in the green forest from the south. peter rabbit wants to know where ol' mistah buzzard's nest is, so he follows the old man through the green forest.