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Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories

Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965)

1. 01 – Why Striped Chipmunk Is Proud of His Stripes
2. 02 – Why Peter Rabbit Cannot Fold His Hands
3. 03 – Why Unc’ Billy Possum Plays Dead
4. 04 – Why Reddy Fox Wears Red
5. 05 – Why Jimmy Skunk Never Hurries
6. 06 – Why Sammy Jay Has a Fine Coat
7. 07 – Why Jerry Muskrat Builds His House in the Water
8. 08 – Why Old Man Coyote Has Many Voices
9. 09 – Why Miner the Mole Lives Under Ground
10. 10 – Why Mr. Snake Cannot Wink
11. 11 – Why Bobby Coon Has Rings on His Tail
12. 12 – Why There Is a Black Head in the Buzzard Family
13. 13 – Why Buster Bear Appears to Have No Tail
14. 14 – Why Flitter the Bat Flies At Night
15. 15 – Why Spotty the Turtle Carries His House With Him
16. 16 – Why Paddy the Beaver Has a Broad Tail

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Summary

Thornton W. Burgess was a conservationist and prolific author of children’s books. His gently humorous stories about the animals of the meadows and woods teach little lessons about getting along with others; they are perfect bedtime stories for small children.