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Dooryard Stories
by Clara Dillingham Pierson
Around the dooryard nest all sorts of birds, including flickers, robins, sparrows, wrens, swifts, and blackbirds. These stories convey some of the drama that arises in the garden as birds go about the business of building nests and raising young. The author's cat Silvertip figures in a number of the narratives as do a number of other mammals and insects. Invites children to 'see how many tiny neighbors you have around you, and how much you can learn about them.'  Ages 5-7
152 pages $8.95   

Table of Contents

Front Matter


Silvertip
The Fight for the Bird-House
The Fir-Tree Neighbors
The Industrious Flickers
Plucky Mrs. Polistes
Silvertip Stops a Quarrel
A Young Swift Tumbles
The Very Rude Young Robins
The Systematic Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
The Helpful Tumble-Bugs
Silvertip Learns a Lesson
The Robins' Double Brood
The Sparrows inside the Eaves
A Rainy Day on the Lawn
The Persistent Phoebe
The Sad Story of the Hog Caterpillar
The Cat and the Catbird
The Friendly Blackbirds

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