BY CLARA DILLINGHAM PIERSON Author of "Among the Meadow People," "Pond People," etc. Illustrated by F. C. GORDON. New york e. p. dutton and company 31 west twenty-third street.
BY CLARA DILLINGHAM PIERSON Author of "Among the Meadow People," "Pond People," etc. The Knickerbocker Press, New York. To. Rachel w. pierson. This book is affectionately dedicated.
When the large people were safely out of the way, the smaller ones hadtheir best times. The Rabbit never stored upfood himself, yet he sometimes told other people how he thought itshould be done. The Muskrats were awake, but they had their big housesto eat and were not likely to trouble Mice and Squirrels. There was notmuch to fear except Owls and Weasels. He was sure it would be better to have all the nuts inone place as the Chipmunks did. And now that the Deer Mouse had givenhis reasons, he was just as sure as ever.
That night the young husband was the first Muskrat to come out, and hewent at once to the line of stakes. He had been lying awake and thinkingwhile his wife was asleep, and he was afraid he had talked too much. Hefound that the stakes had not grown any, and that the men had begun todig a deep ditch beside them. He was afraid that his neighbors wouldpoint their paws at him and ask how the fence was growing, and he wasnot brave enough to meet them and say that he had been mistaken. He wentdown the river bank and fed alone all night, while his wife andneighbors were grubbing and splashing around.
There was hardly a night of his life when the Little Brother of theRaccoon family was not reproved by his mother for teasing.
Among the night people, . Among the Night People, . There was hardly a night of his life when the Little Brother of theRaccoon family was not reproved by his mother for teasing. Mrs. Raccoonsaid she didn't know what she had done to deserve such a child. When shespoke like this to her neighbors they sighed and said, "It must betrying, but he may outgrow i.
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The black Spanish chickens. The wrigglers become mosquitos. The naughty raccoon children. The timid little ground ho. The young raccoons go to a party. The skunks and the oven-bird's nest. The night-moth's party. The lonely old bachelor muskrat. The greedy red fo. The unfortunate fireflies. The kittens come to the forest. The inquisitive weasels. The thrifty deer-mouse. The humming-bird and the hawk-moth.
Among the Night People. Authors: Pierson Clara Dillingham. Among the Night People includes fifteen charming tales about the everyday life of the night creatures. Books by same authors: Among the Pond People. 10, 10. Among the Meadow People. Categories: Nonfiction. The tales are told in such a manner that they seem realistic, and are not only entertaining, bu. . 9, 10. Tales of a Poultry Farm.