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Animal Tales: Raccoon, Bear and Coyote

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To survive a bleak winter, Hazard the coyote must find food for his pack, even if it puts him in grave danger. Finally on his own, a young raccoon named Lotor needs to find a new home before a predator finds him. Osa the brown bear builds the perfect winter den with less-than-perfect results. These stories about fictional animal friends are rich with detail about real animal behaviors, so children learn as they enjoy the fun.

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Overview

To survive a bleak winter, Hazard the coyote must find food for his pack, even if it puts him in grave danger. Finally on his own, a young raccoon named Lotor needs to find a new home before a predator finds him. Osa the brown bear builds the perfect winter den with less-than-perfect results. These stories about fictional animal friends are rich with detail about real animal behaviors, so children learn as they enjoy the fun.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982028247
  • Publisher: PlainTales, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Series: PlainTales Explorers
  • Format: CD
  • Pages: 1
  • Age range: 5 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 4.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Melody Warnick is a mother of two and a nationally recognized freelance writer, who strives to tackle subjects that are important to women and families everywhere, such as parenting, relationships, pregnancy, personal finance, home organization and self-help. She has been featured in national and regional magazines like Parenting, Better Home & Gardens and Ladies Home Journal as well as websites like epregnancy, and she has won many awards for personal essays and magazine features. She lives in Arnes, Iowa. Tavia Gilbert narrates audiobooks, acts in plays, and sings Renaissance music. She studied acting at Cornish College of the Arts and radio at the Salt Institute. Tavia was born in Idaho, moved to Seattle, and now lives in Portland, Maine. Find out more about Tavia on her website at: taviagilbert.com. Stephen McLaughlin has studied philosophy and English and performed in and directed plays and audiobooks. He is also a musician and an artist. Stephen was born in Washington, D.C., rode his 1960 Triumph Thunderbird for a while in England, and now lives in Maine, where he divides his time between Portland and Brooklin.

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Table of Contents

1. Lotor on His Own
2. Osa's Moving Day
3. Hazard Helps the Pack

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