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The Burgess Animal Book for Children

Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965)

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1. Chapter 00 – Preface
2. Chapter 01 – Jenny Wren Gives Peter Rabbit An Idea
3. Chapter 02 – Peter and Jumper Go To School
4. Chapter 03 – More of Peter’s Long-legged Cousins
5. Chapter 04 – Chatterer and Happy Jack Join
6. Chapter 05 – The Squirrels of the Trees
7. Chapter 06 – Striped Chipmunk and His Cousins
8. Chapter 07 – Johnny Chuck Joins the Class
9. Chapter 08 – Whistler and Yap Yap
10. Chapter 09 – Two Queer Little Haymakers
11. Chapter 10 – Prickly Porky and Grubby Gopher
12. Chapter 11 – A Fellow With a Thousand Spears
13. Chapter 12 – A Lumberman and Engineer
14. Chapter 13 – A Worker and a Robber
15. Chapter 14 – A Trader and a Handsome Fellow
16. Chapter 15 – Two Unlike Little Cousins
17. Chapter 16 – Danny’s Northern Cousins, and Nimbleheels
18. Chapter 17 – Three Little Redcoats, And Some Others
19. Chapter 18 – Mice with Pockets, and Others
20. Chapter 19 – Teeny Weeny and His Cousin
21. Chapter 20 – Four Busy Little Miners
22. Chapter 21 – Flitter the Bat and His Family
23. Chapter 22 – An Independent Family
24. Chapter 23 – Digger and His Cousin Glutton
25. Chapter 24 – Shadow and His Family
26. Chapter 25 – Two Famous Swimmers
27. Chapter 26 – Spite the Marten and Pekan the Fisher
28. Chapter 27 – Reddy Fox Joins the School
29. Chapter 28 – Old Man Coyote and Howler the Wolf
30. Chapter 29 – Yowler and His Cousin Tufty
31. Chapter 30 – Some Big and Little Cat Cousins
32. Chapter 31 – Bobby Coon Arrives
33. Chapter 32 – Buster Bear Nearly Breaks Up School
34. Chapter 33 – Buster Bear’s Big Cousins
35. Chapter 34 – Unc’ Billy and Old Mrs. Possum
36. Chapter 35 – Lightfoot, Blacktail and Forkhorn
37. Chapter 36 – Bugler, Flathorns and Wanderhoof
38. Chapter 37 – Thunderfoot, Flatfoot and Longcoat
39. Chapter 38 – Two Wonderful Mountain Climbers
40. Chapter 39 – Piggy and Hardshell
41. Chapter 40 – The Mammals of the Sea

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Summary

Peter Rabbit goes to school, with Mother Nature as his teacher. In this zoology book for children, Thornton W. Burgess describes the mammals of North America in the form of an entertaining story, including plenty of detail but omitting long scientific names. There is an emphasis on conservation.

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