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Chestnut squirrel by Henry Steele Commager

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Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementwith pictures by Lisl Weil.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ10.3.C735 Ch
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p.
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6110849M
LC Control Number52007193
OCLC/WorldCa1653850

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Brenda Lochinger is a new and upcoming author. This is her first childrens book. A book about a squirrel that can t help but be wiggly and a day dreamer. She hopes to follow up with a few more books in the series. Brenda was born is southern Wisconsin. She spent a lot of time in her room writing poems and writing in her s: A combination of illustrated field guide, fact book, and folklore collection, "Squirrels" is a new kind of wildlife book. This concise, illustrated handbook presents an accurate, informative portrait of squirrels in their natural habitat, along with an examination of their relationship to man. Most Americans live in s: Chestnut is a squirrel who exists in the data of Animal Crossing but does not appear in-game. Her intended role is not known other than that she would have served as a special character. No other squirrel special characters have appeared in any games in the series, making her a unique character among the species. That colorful squirrel is widespread in wooded open country throughout mountainous western North America. Although the Golden-mantled Ground-Squirrel has black-and-white body stripes, as do chipmunks, it lacks any stripes on the face. It is not a chipmunk, but is in a genus (Spermophilus)with many other ground-squirrels.

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