The Animals of Grandfather Mountain: An Animal Caretaker's Tales

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In THE ANIMALS OF GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN (Revised Edition), meet Nola the Magician, an otter too curious for her own good, who performs a Houdini-like disappearance; Carolina and Dakota, two bear pranksters who always steal the show; Wilma the bald eagle who fiercely guards her precious wooden egg; and Heidi the deer, who always makes a pest of herself at feeding time. Readers will love Kodiak and Yonahlossee, two feisty bear cubs who aren't near as cuddly as they seem; Squeak the cougar who loves his bungee rope ...
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In THE ANIMALS OF GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN (Revised Edition), meet Nola the Magician, an otter too curious for her own good, who performs a Houdini-like disappearance; Carolina and Dakota, two bear pranksters who always steal the show; Wilma the bald eagle who fiercely guards her precious wooden egg; and Heidi the deer, who always makes a pest of herself at feeding time. Readers will love Kodiak and Yonahlossee, two feisty bear cubs who aren't near as cuddly as they seem; Squeak the cougar who loves his bungee rope and despises Milton the Bear; Milton the bear, a costume animal who dances throughout the habitat drawing children like the Pied Piper; and L. L. Cool J., a tiny fawn that grows up to run the Bear and Cougar Gauntlet. Many more animals are waiting to be discovered in THE ANIMALS OF GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN.

The habitats at Grandfather Mountain will always be named for Mildred the Bear, the nicest bear that has ever been. When Grandfather agreed to obtain two bears to be released into the wild to help build the bear population in the mountains, by mistake, the Atlanta Zoo sold Grandfather a young bear that the office staff at the zoo had raised on a bottle. Consequently, when that young bear was released, she did not revert to the wild. She did not know that she was a bear. She had none of the hostility sometimes associated with bears; she just wanted to hang out with the people. She was given the name Mildred. -- Hugh Morton

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  • ISBN-13: 9781463715861
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 8/21/2011
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.18 (d)

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