Scamper's Hide-Away

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Scamper, the big grey squirrel that lived in Aunt Boo's backyard, dreamed of finding a cozy hide-away for the winter. He searched and he searched and he searched until he found the perfect hide-away. It was warm and comfortable and filled with everything a squirrel could ever want to play with.
Scamper was so happy in his new hide-away until Aunt Boo heard his tiny footsteps in the attic. Then Scamper's hide-away wasn't so cozy and fun any ...
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Overview

Scamper, the big grey squirrel that lived in Aunt Boo's backyard, dreamed of finding a cozy hide-away for the winter. He searched and he searched and he searched until he found the perfect hide-away. It was warm and comfortable and filled with everything a squirrel could ever want to play with.
Scamper was so happy in his new hide-away until Aunt Boo heard his tiny footsteps in the attic. Then Scamper's hide-away wasn't so cozy and fun any more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984563036
  • Publisher: Catch-A-Winner Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 8/20/2011
  • Pages: 52
  • Age range: 3 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 0.14 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 10.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Patricia Eytcheson Taylor met her first husband, John, on the beaches of southern California, where she grew up. Her mother was very ill, and her father made sure she had plenty of animals to give her love and comfort. Pat learned to understand and communicate with the animals, making it easy for her to tell their stories when she became a writer. Pat and John came to Texas, where they built a business and raised a family. She wrote three acclaimed children’s books about the horse Catch a Winner. After being widowed for several years, she married the Reverend James C. Taylor, an Army chaplain, and together they co-authored a Christian living book, "On the Wings of the Wind."
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