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Thornton W. BURGESS (1874 – 1965)
Description: Thornton Burgess Children’s Audio Book Collection in the MP3 Format on 1 DVD
Thornton Waldo Burgess (January 14, 1874 – June 5, 1965) was a conservationist and author of children’s stories
Running Time: 27 Audio Books plus 6 Short Stories with a total run time of over 67 Hours
Read By: Multiple Readers
The Adventures of Bob White
is another in the long line of children’s books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, Bob White and Mrs. Bob White make a new home near the Old Briar Patch where they become neighbors with Peter Rabbit. We learn what Bob White likes to eat, how he protects his nest from being discovered, and who his friends and his enemies are. We also learn that sometimes it’s not good to know everything, that arithmetic can be a useful tool, and that a Bob White needs to stay far away from the two-legged creatures who carry fire-sticks. –
01 – Chapters 01-04
02 – Chapters 05-08
03 – Chapters 09-11
04 – Chapters 12-15
05 – Chapters 16-19
06 – Chapters 20-22
The Adventures of Bobby Coon
“In this engaging story, Bobby Raccoon suffers a series of mishaps. Following a bad dream, he bites his own tail, is given a dreadful fright, learns that Farmer Brown’s Boy is a kind friend, survives an encounter with Buster Bear, gets a terrible shaking and more, but, happily, is rescued by Peter Rabbit and eventually finds a new home.”
Bobby Coon has a Bad Dream
Bobby Bites his own Tail
Bobby’s Dreadful Fright
Bowser Finds Someone at Home
Bobby Coon Shows Fight
Something is Wrong with Bobby Coon
Bobby has a Strange Journey
Father Brown’s Boy Plays Doctor
Bobby is Made Much of
Bobby Longs for the Green Forest
Bobby Tries the Wrong House
Bobby Makes Another Mistake
Bobby Finds Out his Mistake
Once More Bobby Tries to Sleep
Blacky the Crow Discovers Bobby
The Surprise of Two Cousins
Buster Bear’s Short Temper
Bobby Coon gets a Terrible Shaking
Peter Rabbit Saves Bobby Coon
Bobby Finds a Home at last
Bobby Finds he has a Neighbor
Buster Bear Finds Bobby Coon
The Adventures of Buster Bear
Thornton W. BURGESS (1874 – 1965)
The Adventures of Buster Bear is another set of children’s stories by the conservationist, Thornton W. Burgess. Buster Bear has many adventures and misadventures as he meets the different characters in the Green Forest near the Laughing Brook. Along the way, we learn about the habits of Buster and his friends and we learn little lessons about life such as the importance of sharing, not stealing, making friends and not sticking one’s head into tin pails.
The Adventures of Chatterer the Red Squirrel
Thornton W. BURGESS (1874 – 1965)
Chatterer the Red Squirrel finds himself in trouble again and is forced to abandon his old home. As the search for a new home begins, Chatterer’s curiosity gets the better of him and a moment of carelessness causes him to stumble into a far different home than he ever imagined. This book is Thornton W. Burgess at his best as he captures the personalities and behaviors of the animals in the Green Forest delightfully well and tells a story of mischievousness and unexpected friendship.
Chatterer the Red Squirrel Runs for His Life
Chatterer’s Last Chance
Chatterer Tells Sammy Jay about Shadow the Weasel
Chatterer Leaves the Green Forest
Chatterer Finds a Home
Peter Rabbit Listens to the Wrong Voice
How Chatterer Had Fooled Peter Rabbit
Chatterer Grows Careless
Chatterer Grows Too Curious
Old Mr. Trouble Gets Chatterer at Last
What Happened Next to Chatterer
Chatterer is Sure that this is His Last Day
Chatterer is Put in Prison
Chatterer Decides to Live
Farmer Brown’s Boy Tries to Make Friends
Chatterer Has a Pleasant Surprise
Sammy Jay’s Sharp Eyes
Chatterer is Made Fun of ryoko
Peter Rabbit Tries to Help ryoko
Chatterer Has Another Great Surprise
Chatterer Hears the Small Voice
Tommy Tit Makes Good His Boast
Chatterer Grows Very, Very Bold
The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse
Danny begins his tale regretting the length of his tail until he is corrected by Mr. Toad. Then he has a series of stalkings by Reddy and Granny Fox. He is captured by Hooty the Owl and escapes mid-flight to Peter Rabbit’s briar patch. Peter goes to Farmer Brown’s peach orchard and gets caught in a snare and barely escapes himself. Finally Danny gets trapped in a tin can and must use his wits to escape Reddy Fox again.
Cast and Chapters 1 – 4
Chapters 5 – 9
Chapters 10 – 14
Chapters 15 – 19
Chapters 20 – 24
The Adventures of Grandfather Frog
Longlegs the Blue Heron felt decidedly out of sorts. It was a beautiful morning, too beautiful for any one to be feeling that way. Indeed, it was the same beautiful morning in which Grandfather Frog had caught so many foolish green flies. Jolly, round, bright Mr. Sun was smiling his broadest. The Merry Little Breezes of Old Mother West Wind were dancing happily here and there over the Green Meadows, looking for some good turn to do for others. The little feathered people to whom Old Mother Nature has given the great blessing of music in their throats were pouring out their sweetest songs. So it seemed as if there was no good reason why Longlegs should feel out of sorts. The fact is the trouble with Longlegs was an empty stomach. Yes, Sir, that is what ailed Longlegs the Blue Heron that sunshiny morning. You know it is hard work to be hungry and happy at the same time.
o1 Billy Mink Finds Little Joe Otter
02 Longlegs The Blue Heron Receives Callers
03 Longlegs Visits The Smiling Pool
04 The Patience Of Longlegs The Blue Heron
05 Grandfather Frog Jumps Just In Time
06 Longlegs And Whitetail Quarrel
07 Grandfather Frog’s Big Mouth Gets Him In Trouble
08 Spotty The Turtle Plays Doctor
09 Old Mr. Toad Visits Grandfather Frog
10 Grandfather Frog Starts Out To See The Great World
11 Grandfather Frog Is Stubborn
12 Grandfather Frog Keeps On
13 Danny Meadow Mouse Feels Responsible
14 Grandfather Frog Has A Strange Ride
15 Grandfather Frog Gives Up Hope
16 The Merry Little Breezes Work Hard
17 Striped Chipmunk Cuts The String
18 Grandfather Frog Hurries Away
19 Grandfather Frog Jumps Into More Trouble
20 Grandfather Frog Loses Heart
21 The Merry Little Breezes Try To Comfort Grandfather Frog
22 Grandfather Frog’s Troubles Grow
23 The Dear Old Smiling Pool Once More
The Adventures of Jerry Muskrat
Join us as we follow Jerry Muskrat and his friends on an adventure to discover what is threatening their homeland, Laughing Brook and Smiling Pool.
Chapters 1 – 5
Chapters 6 –
Chapters 11 – 15
Chapters 16 – 20
Chapters 21 – 25
The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk
is another in the long list children’s books by the conservationist, Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, Jimmy Skunk has encounters with Reddy Fox, Peter Rabbit, Unc’ Billy Possum and other acquaintances of his in the Green Meadows and Green Forest. Along the way, we learn some of the habits of Jimmy and his friends and we learn little lessons about life such as the importance of always keeping one’s temper, keeping promises and not playing practical jokes. We are also treated to a philosophical discussion by Jimmy Skunk on the advantages of defensive weaponry.
The Adventures of Johnny Chuck
is another in the long list of children’s books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this story, it is spring time and a young chuck’s fancy turns to thoughts of … traveling, protecting one’s turf, finding a new home, and yes, love. Along the way, we learn little lessons about life such as there are good and bad kinds of pride, the importance of keeping secrets and that, even in the animal world, the three most important factors in determining the desirability of property are “location, location, location.”
The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer
is another set of children’s stories by the conservationist, Thornton W. Burgess. More serious than some of Burgess’ other children’s books, much of this book chronicles the tense predator-prey relationship of a human hunter and Lightfoot the Deer during the autumn hunting season. Later, Lightfoot discovers a hunt of a different kind.
01 – Peter Rabbit Meets Lightfoot
02 – Lightfoot’s New Antlers
03 – Lightfoot Tells How His Antlers Grew
04 – The Spirit of Fear Bigcowfeet
05 – Sammy Jay Brings Lightfoot Word
06 – A Game of Hide and Seek
07 – The Merry Little Breezes Help Lightfoot
08 – Wit Against Wit
09 – Lightfoot Becomes Uncertain
10 – Lightfoot’s Clever Trick
11 – The Hunted Watches the Hunter
12 – Lightfoot Visits Paddy the Beaver
13 – Lightfoot and Paddy Become Partners
14 – How Paddy Warned Lightfoot
15 – The Three Watchers
16 – Visitors to Paddy’s Pond
17 – Sammy Jay Arrives
18 – The Hunter Loses His Temper
19 – Sammy Jay is Modest
20 – Lightfoot Hears a Dreadful Sound
21 – How Lightfoot Got Rid of the Hounds
22 – Lightfoot’s Long Swim
23 – Lightfoot Finds a Friend
24 – The Hunter is Disappointed
25 – The Hunter Lies in Wait
26 – Lightfoot Does the Wise Thing
27 – Sammy Jay Worries
28 – The Hunting Season Ends
29 – Mr. and Mrs. Quack are Startled
30 – The Mystery is Solved
31 – A Surprising Discovery
32 – Lightfoot Sees the Stranger
33 – A Different Game of Hide and Seek
34 – A Startling New Footprint
35 – Lightfoot is Reckless
36 – Sammy Jay Takes a Hand
37 – The Great Fight
38 – An Unseen Watcher
39 – Lightfoot Discovers Love
40 – Happy Days in the Green Forest
The Adventures of Mr. Mocker
When an innocent blue jay starts talking in his sleep, it’s up to him to find out what’s going on in this fun, naturalistic, Southern-style children’s story.
The Adventures of Old Man Coyote
is another in the long list of children’s books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, the residents of The Green Pasture and The Green Forest are concerned about a strange newcomer, Old Man Coyote. Old Many Coyote matches wits with Old Granny Fox and has encounters with Reddy Fox and Peter Rabbit, and a particularly sharp confrontation with Prickly Porky.
The Adventures of Old Mr. Toad
is another in the long line of children’s books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, we follow the adventures of Old Mr. Toad as he joins the Spring Chorus at the Smiling Pool, shows off his babies, displays his special tongue to Peter Rabbit and has a very special encounter with Buster Bear. We also learn little lessons about life such as pride can burst like a great big bubble, your friends’ hidden talents may surprise you and it is considered impolite to watch someone change his clothes – especially when he eats them.
The Adventures of Paddy Beaver
another in the long list of children’s books by the conservationist, Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, the industrious and clever Paddy Beaver, a newcomer to the Green Forest, has encounters with Sammy Jay, Jerry Muskrat, Ol’ Man Coyote and other inhabitants of the Green Forest. Along the way, we learn how Paddy builds his dam and his house, and how he stores his food. We also learn little lessons about life, such as the importance of planning before doing, caring for Nature, trusting others, the benefits of working together and how wonderful it is to have a job one can sink one’s teeth into
The Adventures of Peter Cottontail
This is the story of Peter Rabbit, a mischievous, but cautious, lagomorph who lives in the Green Meadows. Peter Rabbit begins his adventures with a quest for a new name, since his name is far too common for his taste. Having a new name is not quite what he thought it would be, however, and soon he is on to new exploits like outsmarting Reddy Fox and discovering where all his friends spend the winter.
01 Peter Rabbit Decides to Change His Name
02 Peter Finds a Name
03 There’s Nothing Like the Old Name After All
04 Peter Rabbit Fools
05 Reddy Fox Gets Into Trouble
06 Reddy Fools Bowser the Hound
07 Reddy Invites Peter Rabbit to Take a Walk
08 Peter Rabbit Gets an Early Breakfast
09 Ready Fox Gets a Scare
10 Peter Has Another Great Laugh
11 Shadow the Weasel Gets Lost
12 The Plot of Two Scamps
13 Reddy Fox Comes to Life
14 Peter Rabbit in the Tight Place
15 Johnny Chuck Helps Peter
16 Reddy Fox Tells a Wrong Story
17 Reddy Almost Gets Peter Rabbit
18 Johnny Chuck Prepares for Winter
19 Peter Rabbit Gets Another Suprise
20 Peter Tries Ol’ Mistah Buzzard
21 Happy Jack Squirrel is Too Busy to Talk
22 Unc’ Billy Possum Explains Things
23 Peter Rabbit Has a Bright Idea
24 Peter Prepares For a Long Sleep
25 Unc’ Billy Possum Plays a Joke
26 Peter Rabbit Learns His Lesson
The Adventures of Poor Mrs. Quack
“Hello, Jerry Muskrat! We’d forgotten all about you,” said Mrs. Quack. “What was that you said?” Jerry good-naturally repeated what he had said. Mrs. Quack’s face brightened. “Do you really mean it?” she asked eagerly. “Do you really mean that you know of a pond where we could live and not be likely to be seen by these two-legged creatures called men?” “That’s what I said,” replied Jerry briefly. “Oh, Jerry, you’re not joking, are you? Tell me you’re not joking,” begged Mrs. Quack. “Of course I’m not joking,” returned Jerry just a little bit indignantly, “I am not the kind of a fellow to joke people who are in such trouble as you and Mr. Quack seem to be in.”
01 – Peter Rabbit Becomes Acquainted With Mrs. Quack
02 – Mrs. Quack is Distrustful
03 – Mrs. Quack Tells About Her Home
04 – Mrs. Quack Continues Her Story
05 – Peter Learns More of Mrs. Quack’s Troubles
06 – Farmer Brown’s Boy Visits the Smiling Pool
07 – Mrs. Quack Returns PennyAnn
08 – Mrs. Quack Has a Good Meal And a Rest
09 – Peter Rabbit Makes An Early Call
10 – How Mr. and Mrs. Quack Started North
11 – The Terrible, Terrible Guns
12 – What Did Happen to Mr. Quack
13 – Peter Tells About Mrs. Quack
14 – Sammy Jay’s Plan to Help Mrs. Quack
15 – The Hunt for Mr. Quack
16 – Sammy Jay Sees Something Green
17 – Mr. Quack is Found at Last Jill Engle
18 – Sammy Jay Sends Mrs. Quack to the Swamp
19 – Jerry Muskrat’s Great Idea
20 – Happy Days for Mr. and Mrs. Quack
The Adventures of Prickly Porky
A stranger from the North Woods has just arrived in the Green Forest causing a great stir among the woodland creatures who live there. They quickly discover that this odd fellow with the barbed spikes in his fur is the loyal and brave Prickly Porky the Porcupine. Not long after Prickly Porky arrives, a bit of early morning fun leads to a forest mystery that draws friends and foes alike into the investigation of an unknown headless, tailless, whirling creature seen only at sunrise on the hill by Prickly Porky’s home. The Adventures of Prickly Porky includes popular characters from children’s author Thornton W. Burgess’ other “Bedtime Story-Books” including Unc’ Billy Possum, Peter & Mrs. Peter Rabbit, Buster Bear, Granny & Reddy Fox, Sammy Jay and many more.
01 Happy Jack Squirrel Makes a Find
02 The Stranger from the North
03 Prickly Porky Makes Friends
04 Peter Rabbit Has Some Startling News
05 Peter Rabbit Tells His Story
06 Peter Has to Tell His Story Many Times
07 Jimmy Skunk Calls on Prickly Porky
08 Prickly Porky Nearly Chokes
09 Jimmy Skunk and Unc’ Billy Possum Tell Different Stories
10 Unc’ Billy Possum Tells Jimmy Skunk a Secret
11 What Happened to Reddy Fox
12 What Reddy Fox Saw and Did
13 Reddy Fox is Very Miserable
14 Reddy Fox Tries to Keep Out of Sight
15 Old Granny Fox Investigates
16 Old Granny Fox Loses Her Dignity
17 Old Granny Fox Catches Peter Rabbit
18 A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
19 Jimmy Skunk Takes Word to Mrs. Peter
20 A Plot to Frighten Old Man Coyote
21 Sammy Jay Delivers His Message
22 Old Man Coyote Loses His Appetite
23 Buster Bear Gives it All Away
The Adventures of Reddy Fox
In this story, Reddy and Granny Fox must outsmart Farmer Brown’s Boy who is out to get Reddy for stealing his pet chicken. Along the way, Reddy encounters many of the citizens of the Green Meadows and the Green Forest and with him we learn little lessons about life such as: the perils of being a show off; the importance of using all of one’s senses; that it is a fine thing to show sympathy and kindness to others – even our enemies; and that the value of a grandmother’s wisdom is inestimable.
The Adventures of Sammy Jay
here’s nothing that sly troublemaker Sammy Jay likes better than stealing corn – unless it’s playing tricks on the other animals in the forest. Yet Chatterer the Red Squirrel would like to keep his corn, thank you very much, and while he’s at it prove he is just as smart as Sammy Jay! Thornton Burgess takes us once again into the charming world of the Green Forest and Green Meadows in this delightful story.
01 Sammy Jay Makes a Fuss
02 A Bitter Disappointment
03 The Vanity of Sammy Jay
04 Sammy Jay Gets Even with Peter Rabbit
05 Sammy Jay Brings News
06 Black Pussy Almost Catches a Good Breakfast
07 Chatterer Works Hard
08 Sammy Jay Drops a Hint
09 Chatterer Screws up His Courage
10 Chatterer Studies a Way to Get Farmer Brown’s Corn
11 Chatterer Grows Reckless
12 Chatterer Frightens Sammy Jay
13 Sammy Jay Tells His Troubles to Reddy Fox
14 Reddy Fox Plays Spy
15 Sammy Jay Spoils the Plan of Reddy Fox
16 Chatterer and Sammy Jay Quarrel
17 Chatterer and Sammy Jay Make Up
18 Chatterer Has to Keep His Promise
19 Chatterer Gets Sammy Jay Some Corn
20 Chatterer Remembers Something
21 Sammy Jay Makes a Call
22 Chatterer Has a Dreadful Day
23 Chatterer Hits on a Plan at Last
24 Chatterer Has His Turn to Laugh
The Adventures of Unc’ Billy Possum
Another short story for children by the well-known conversationalist and writer, Thornton W. Burgess. This story revolves around Unc’ Billy Possum and his adventures.
01 Unc’ Billy Possum is Caught
02 Reddy Fox Thinks He Sees a Ghost
03 Unc’ Billy Possum Sends for His Family
04 Bobby Coon Enters the Wrong House
05 Bobby Coon is Waked Up
06 Sammy Jay Learns Peter Rabbit’s Secret
07 Four Little Scamps Plan Mischief
08 Peter Rabbit Sends Out Word
09 Mr. Toad and Prickly Porky Put Their Heads Together
10 The Runaway Cabbage
11 Reddy Fox Goes Hungry
12 Prickly Porky Makes Himself at Home
13 Unc’ Billy Possum Grows Hungry
14 Old Mrs. Possum Grows Worried
15 The Foolishness of Unc’ Billy Possum
16 Why Unc’ Billy Possum Didn’t Go Home
17 Unc’ Billy Possum Lies Low
18 Unc’ Billy Possum is a Prisoner
19 What the Snow Did
20 Unc’ Billy Possum Wishes He Had Snowshoes
21 Farmer Brown’s Boy Chops Down a Tree
22 Where Unc’ Billy Possum Was
23 Happy Jack Squirrel Makes an Unexpected Call
24 Happy Jack Squirrel Helps Unc’ Billy Possum
25 Happy Jack Squirrel’s Bright Idea
Blacky the Crow
is a clever rascal who lives in the Green Forest and Meadow. He loves to play tricks on the other little people who are his neighbours, and is curious about Farmer Brown’s Boy. Blacky is always thinking about what is right and what is wrong, but he still gets into all kinds of mischief. –
Chapters 1, 2 & 3
Chapters 4, 5 & 6
Chapters 7, 8, 9 & 10
Chapters 11, 12, 13 & 14
Chapters 15, 16 & 17
Chapters 18, 19 & 20
Chapters 21, 22 & 23
Chapters 24, 25 & 26
Chapters 27, 28 & 29
Chapters 30, 31 & 32
Bowser the Hound
Old Man Coyote craftily leads Bowser the hound away from home, and Bowser gets lost. Will Bowser find his way back to Farmer Brown’s? Will Reddy Fox finally catch himself a chicken, now that Bowser is no longer guarding the henhouse? This is one of many delightful books by the naturalist Thornton W. Burgess, who wrote children’s stories featuring the animals of the Green Forest and the Green Meadows.
01 Chapters I-II
02 Chapters III-IV
03 Chapters V-VI
04 Chapters VII-VIII
05 Chapters IX-X
06 Chapters XI-XII
07 Chapters XIII-XIV
08 Chapters XV-XVI
09 Chapters XVII-XVIII
10 Chapters XIX-XX
11 Chapters XXI-XXII
12 Chapters XXIII-XXIV
13 Chapters XXV-XXVI
14 Chapters XXVII-XXVIII
15 Chapters XXIX-XXX
16 Chapters XXXI-XXXII
17 Chapters XXXIII-XXXIV
18 Chapters XXXV-XXXVI
19 Chapters XXXVII-XXXVIII
20 Chapters XXXIX-XL
21 Chapters XLI-XLII
The Burgess Animal Book for Children
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.
01 JENNY WREN GIVES PETER RABBIT AN IDEA — Peter arranges to go to school to Old Mother Nature.
02 PETER AND JUMPER GO TO SCHOOL — The Cottontail Rabbit, Northern Hare, and Marsh Rabbit.
03 MORE OF PETER’S LONG-LEGGED COUSINS — The Swamp Hare, Arctic Hare, Prairie Hare, Antelope Jack and Common Jack Rabbit.
04 CHATTERER AND HAPPY JACK JOIN — The Squirrel family and order of Rodents.
05 THE SQUIRRELS OF THE TREES — The Red, Gray, Fox, Kaibab and Abert Squirrels.
06 STRIPED CHIPMUNK AND HIS COUSINS — The Chipmunk, Spermophiles, and Flying Squirrel.
07 JOHNNY CHUCK JOINS THE CLASS — The Woodchuck and his ways.
08 WHISTLER AND YAP YAP — The Whistling or Hoary Marmot and Prairie Dogs.
09 TWO QUEER LITTLE HAYMAKERS — The Pica or Cony and the Mountain Beaver or Sewellel.
10 PRICKLY PORKY AND GRUBBY GOPHER — Introducing the Porcupine and Pocket Gopher
11 A FELLOW WITH A THOUSAND SPEARS — More about the Porcupine.
12 A LUMBERMAN AND ENGINEER — The Beaver and his works.
13 A WORKER AND A ROBBER — The Muskrat and the Brown or Norway Rat.
14 A TRADER AND A HANDSOME FELLOW — The Cotton Rat, Wood or Pack Rat and the Kangaroo Rat.
15 TWO UNLIKE LITTLE COUSINS — Whitefoot the Wood or Deer Mouse and Danny Meadow Mouse, also called Field Mouse.
16 DANNY’S NORTHERN COUSINS, AND NIMBLEHEELS — The Banded and Brown Lemmings and the Jumping Mouse.
17 THREE LITTLE REDCOATS AND SOME OTHERS — The Pine Mouse, Red-backed Mouse, Rufous Tree Mouse, Rock Mouse and Beach Mouse.
18 MICE WITH POCKETS, AND OTHERS — The Silky and Spiny Pocket Mice, Grasshopper Mouse, Harvest Mouse and House Mouse
19 TEENY WEENY AND HIS COUSIN — The Common or Long-Tailed Shrew or Shrew Mouse, Short-tailed Shrew or Mole Shrew and Marsh or Water Shrew.
20 FOUR BUSY LITTLE MINERS — The Common Mole, Brewer’s or Hairy-tailed Mole, Oregon Mole and Star-nosed Mole.
21 FLITTER THE BAT AND HIS FAMILY — The Red Bat, Little Brown or Cave Bat, Big Brown or House Bat, Silvery Bat, Hoary Bat and Big-eared Bat.
22 AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY — The Common Skunk, Hog-nosed or Badger Skunk and Little Spotted Skunk.
23 DIGGER AND HIS COUSIN GLUTTON — The Badger and Wolverine or Carcajou.
24 SHADOW AND HIS FAMILY — The Common or Bonaparte Weasel or Ermine, New York Weasel, Long-tailed or Yellow-bellied Weasel, Least Weasel and Black-footed Ferret.
25 TWO FAMOUS SWIMMERS — Billy Mink and Little Joe Otter.
26 SPITE THE MARTEN AND PEKAN THE FISHER — The Pine Marten or American Sable and the Fisher or Pennant Marten.
27 REDDY FOX JOINS THE SCHOOL — The Red, Black and Silver Foxes, Gray Fox, Kit Fox or Swift, Desert Fox, Arctic and Blue Foxes.
28 OLD MAN COYOTE AND HOWLER THE WOLF — The Prairie Wolf or Coyote and the Timber or Gray Wolf.
29 YOWLER AND HIS COUSIN TUFTY — The Bay Lynx or Bob Cat and the Canada Lynx or Lucivee.
30 SOME BIG AND LITTLE CAT COUSINS — Puma the Panther, also called Cougar and Mountain Lion, the Jaguar, the Ocelot, and the Jaguarundi Cat or Eyra.
31 BOBBY COON ARRIVES — The Raccoon and the Civet or Ring-tailed Cat, also called Coon Cat and Bassaris.
32 BUSTER BEAR NEARLY BREAKS UP SCHOOL — The Black Bear and his habits.
33 BUSTER BEAR’S BIG COUSINS — Silvertip, the Grizzly Bear, the Alaska or Great Brown Bear and the Polar Bear.
34 UNC’ BILLY AND OLD MRS. POSSUM — The Virginia Opossum, which is the only American Marsupial.
35 LIGHTFOOT, BLACKTAIL AND FORKHORN — The White-tailed or Virginia Deer, Black-tailed Deer and Mule Deer.
36 BUGLER, FLATHORNS AND WANDERHOOF — The Elk or Wapiti, Moose or Caribou.
37 THUNDERFOOT, FLEETFOOT AND LONGCOAT — The Buffalo or Bison, Antelope or Musk-ox.
38 TWO WONDERFUL MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS — The Rocky Mountain Sheep or Bighorn and the Rocky Mountain Goat.
39 PIGGY AND HARDSHELL — The Peccary or Wild Pig and the Armadillo.
40 THE MAMMALS OF THE SEA — The Sea Otter, Walrus, Sea Lions, Seals and Manatee or Sea Cow.
The Burgess Bird Book for Children
is a zoology book written in the form of a story featuring Peter Rabbit. Peter learns from his friend Jenny Wren all about the birds of North America, and we meet many of them in the Old Orchard, the Green Meadow, and the Green Forest.
01 JENNY WREN ARRIVES: Introducing the House Wren.
02 THE OLD ORCHARD BULLY: The English or House Sparrow.
03 JENNY HAS A GOOD WORD FOR SOME SPARROWS: The Song, White-throated and Fox Sparrows.
04 CHIPPY, SWEETVOICE AND DOTTY: The Chipping, Vesper and Tree Sparrows.
05 PETER LEARNS SOMETHING HE HADN’T GUESSED: The Bluebird and the Robin.
06 AN OLD FRIEND IN A NEW HOME: The Phoebe and the Least Flycatcher.
07 THE WATCHMAN OF THE OLD ORCHARD: The Kingbird and the Great Crested Flycatcher.
08 OLD CLOTHES AND OLD HOUSES: The Wood Peewee and Some Nesting Places.
09 LONGBILL AND TEETER: The Woodcock and the Spotted Sandpiper.
10 REDWING AND YELLOW WING: The Red-winged Blackbird and the Golden-winged Flicker.
11 DRUMMERS AND CARPENTERS: The Downy, Hairy and Red-headed Woodpeckers.
12 SOME UNLIKE RELATIVES: The Cowbird and the Baltimore Oriole. Jan MacGillivray
13 MORE OF THE BLACKBIRD FAMILY: The Orchard Oriole and the Bobolink.
14 BOB WHITE AND CAROL THE MEADOW LARK: The So-called Quail and the Meadow Lark.
15 A SWALLOW AND ONE WHO ISN’T: The Tree Swallow and the Chimney Swift.
16 A ROBBER IN THE OLD ORCHARD: The Purple Martin and the Barn Swallow.
17 MORE ROBBERS: The Crow and the Blue Jay.
18 SOME HOMES IN THE GREEN FOREST: The Crow, the Oven Bird and the Red-tailed Hawk.
19 A MAKER OF THUNDER AND A FRIEND IN BLACK: The Ruffed Grouse and the Crow Blackbird.
20 A FISHERMAN ROBBED: The Osprey and the Bald-headed Eagle.
21 A FISHING PARTY: The Great Blue Heron and the Kingfisher.
22 SOME FEATHERED DIGGERS: The Bank Swallow, the Kingfisher and the Sparrow Hawk.
23 SOME BIG MOUTHS: The Nighthawk, the Whip-poor-will and Chuck-wills-widow.
24 THE WARBLERS ARRIVE: The Redstart and the Yellow Warbler.
25 THREE COUSINS QUITE UNLIKE: The Black and White Warbler, the Maryland Yellow-Throat and the Yellow-breasted Chat.
26 PETER GETS A LAME NECK: The Parula, Myrtle and Magnolia Warblers.
27 A NEW FRIEND AND AN OLD ONE: The Cardinal and the Catbird.
28 PETER SEES ROSEBREAST AND FINDS REDCOAT: The Rose-breasted Grosbeak and the Scarlet Tanager.
29 THE CONSTANT SINGERS: The Red-eyed, Warbling and Yellow-throated Vireos.
30 JENNY WREN’S COUSINS: The Brown Thrasher and the Mockingbird.
31 VOICE OF THE DUSK: he Wood, Hermit and Wilson’s Thrushes.
32 PETER SAVES A FRIEND AND LEARNS SOMETHING: The Towhee and the Indigo Bunting.
33 A ROYAL DRESSER AND A LATE NESTER: The Purple Linnet and the Goldfinch.
34 MOURNER THE DOVE AND CUCKOO: The Mourning Dove and the Yellow-billed Cuckoo.
35 A BUTCHER AND A HUMMER: The Shrike and the Ruby-throated Hummingbird.
36 A STRANGER AND A DANDY: The English Starling and the Cedar Waxwing.
37 FAREWELLS AND WELCOMES: The Chickadee.
38 HONKER AND DIPPY ARRIVE: The Canada Goose and the Loon. Sarah Jennings
39 PETER DISCOVERS TWO OLD FRIENDS: The White-breasted Nuthatch and the Brown Creeper.
40 SOME MERRY SEED-EATERS: The Tree Sparrow and the Junco.
41 MORE FRIENDS COME WITH THE SNOW: The Snow Bunting and the Horned Lark.
42 PETER LEARNS SOMETHING ABOUT SPOOKY: The Screech Owl.
43 QUEER FEET AND A QUEERER BILL: The Ruffed Grouse and the Crossbills.
44 MORE FOLKS IN RED: The Pine Grosbeak and the Redpoll.
45 PETER SEES TWO TERRIBLE FEATHERED HUNTERS: The Goshawk and the Great Horned Owl.
The adventures and perils of Happy Jack the Squirrel in the Green Forest, co-starring Happy Jack’s cousins Chatterer the Red Squirrel and Striped Chipmunk, friends Sammy Jay, Tommy Tit, Whitefoot the Wood Mouse, and Shadow the Weasel as Happy Jack’s enemy. –
01 Happy Jack Drops a Nut
02 The Quarrel
03 Striped Chipmunk is Kept Very Busy
04 Happy Jack and Chatterer Feel Foolish
05 Happy Jack Suspects Striped Chipmunk
06 Happy Jack Spies on Striped Chipmunk
07 Striped Chipmunk Has Fun with Happy Jack
08 Happy Jack Turns Burglar
09 Happy Jack Squirrel’s Sad Mistake
10 Striped Chipmunk’s Happy Thought
11 Striped Chipmunk’s Thanksgiving Dinner
12 Happy Jack Does Some Thinking
13 Happy Jack Gets a Warning
14 Happy Jack’s Run for Life
15 Who Saved Happy Jack Squirrel?
16 Happy Jack Misses Farmer Brown’s Boy
17 Tommy Tit Brings News
18 Happy Jack Decides to Make a Call
19 Tommy Tit and Happy Jack Pay a Visit
20 What Was the Matter with Farmer Brown’s Boy?
21 Happy Jack Squirrel Grows Very Bold
22 Happy Jack Dares Tommy Tit
23 Sammy Jay is Quite Upset
24 A Dream Comes True
25 Happy Jack Has a Happy Thought
26 Farmer Brown’s Boy Wakes With a Start
27 Happy Jack is Afraid to Go Home
28 Happy Jack Finds a New Home
29 Farmer Brown’s Boy Takes a Prisoner
30 A Prisoner Without Fear
31 What Farmer Brown’s Boy Did With Shadow
32 Happy Jack is Perfectly Happy
33 Sammy Jay Upsets Happy Jack
Mother West Wind “How” Stories
Peter Rabbit has many questions. How did Howler the Wolf get his name? How did Lightfoot the Deer learn to jump? How did Drummer the Woodpecker come by his red cap? When Peter asks Grandfather Frog, Grandfather Frog tells him a story of long ago. This book is a collection of those stories told by Grandfather Frog and many others
01 How Old King Eagle Won His White Head
02 How Old Mr. Mink Taught Himself to Swim
03 How Old Mr. Toad Learned to Sing
04 How Old Mr. Crow Lost His Double Tongue
05 How Howler the Wolf Got His Name
06 How Old Mr. Squirrel Became Thrifty
07 How Lightfoot the Deer Learned to Jump
08 How Mr. Flying Squirrel Almost Got Wings
09 How Mr. Weasel Was Made an Outcast
10 How the Eyes of Old Mr. Owl Became Fixed
11 How It Happens Johnny Chuck Sleeps All Winter
12 How Old Mr. Otter Learned to Slide
13 How Drummer the Woodpecker Came by His Red Cap
14 How Old Mr. Tree Toad Found Out How To Climb
15 How Old Mr. Heron Learned Patience
16 How Tufty the Lynx Happens to Have a Stump of a Tail
Mother West Wind “When” Stories
Thorton Burgess gives us a collection of stories about the animals, explaining ‘when’ they got their peculiar traits. As usual the stories are short and delightfully written so as to be enjoyed by child or adult. Have you ever wondered when Mr. Bluebird got his beautiful coat? or when Bob-White won his name? or Old Mr. Bat got his wings:? well these stories explain how they all happened along with many,many more.
01 WHEN MR. BLUEBIRD WON HIS BEAUTIFUL COAT
02 WHEN OLD MR. GOPHER FIRST GOT POCKETS
03 WHEN OLD MR. GROUSE GOT HIS SNOWSHOES
04 WHEN OLD MR. PANTHER LOST HIS HONOR
05 WHEN OLD MR. RAT BECAME AN OUTCAST
06 WHEN MR. MOOSE LOST HIS HORNS
07 WHEN MR. KINGFISHER TOOK TO THE GROUND
08 WHEN OLD MR. BADGER LEARNED TO STAY AT HOME
09 WHEN BOB WHITE WON HIS NAME
10 WHEN TEENY-WEENY BECAME GRATEFUL
11 WHEN OLD MR. HARE BECAME A TURNCOAT
12 WHEN GREAT-GRANDFATHER SWIFT FIRST USED A CHIMNEY
13 WHEN PETER RABBIT FIRST MET BLUFFER THE ADDER
14 WHEN MR. WOOD MOUSE LEARNED FROM THE BIRDS
15 WHEN MR. HUMMINGBIRD GOT HIS LONG BILL
16 WHEN OLD MR. BAT GOT HIS WINGS
Mother West Wind ‘Where’ Stories
The continuing adventures of Peter Cottontail and his friends.
01 Where Grandfather Frog Got His Big Mouth
02 Where Miser the Trade Rat First Set Up Shop
03 Where Yap-Yap The Prairie Dog Used His Wits
04 Where Yellow Wing Got His Liking For The Ground
05 Where Little Chief Learned To Make Hay
06 Where Glutton The Wolverine Got His Name
07 Where Old Mrs. Gator Made The First Incubator
08 Where Mr. Quack Got His Webbed Feet
09 Where Thunderfoot The Bison Got His Hump
10 Where Limberheels Got His Long Tail
11 Where Old Mr. Gobbler Got The Strutting Habit
12 Where Seek-Seek Got His Pretty Coat
13 Where Old Mr. Osprey Learned To Fish
14 Where Old Mr. Bob-cat Left His Honor
15 Where Dippy The Loon Got The Name Of Being Crazy
16 Where Big-horn Got His Curved Horns
Mother West Wind’s Animal Friends
This is the 6th compilation of children bedtime stories by conservationist and newspaper columnist author Thornton Waldo Burgess. Burgess used his outdoor observations as plots for his stories. The stories involve his earlier developed characters such as Peter Rabbit, Sammy Jay and Grandfather Frog.
01 The Merry Little Breezes Save the Green Meadows
02 The Stranger in the Green Forest
03 How Prickly Porky Got His Quills
04 Peter Rabbit’s Egg Rolling
05 How Johnny Chuck Ran Away
06 Peter Rabbit’s Run for Life
07 A Joker Fooled Ross Klatte
08 The Fuss in the Big Pine
09 Johnny Chuck Finds a Use for His Backdoor
10 Billy Mink Goes Dinnerless
11 Grandfather Frog’s Journey
12 Why Blacky the Crow Wears Mourning
13 Striped Chipmunk Fools Peter Rabbit
14 Jerry Muskrat’s New House
15 Peter Rabbit’s Big Cousin
Mother West Wind’s Children
“You can’t fool old Mother Nature. No, Sir, you can’t fool old Mother Nature, and it’s of no use to try.” The animals of the Green Meadows and Green Forest have little adventures while Grandfather Frog tells stories to Mother West Wind’s children, the Merry Little Breezes.
01 01 – Danny Meadow Mouse Learns Why His Tail Is Short
02 02 – Why Reddy Fox Has No Friends
03 03 – Why Peter Rabbit’s Ears Are Long
04 04 – Reddy Fox Disobeys
05 05 – Striped Chipmunk’s Pockets
06 06 – Reddy Fox, the Boaster
07 07 – Johnny Chuck’s Secret
08 08 – Johnny Chuck’s Great Fight
09 09 – Mr. Toad’s Old Suit
10 10 – Grandfather Frog Gets Even
11 11 – The Disappointed Bush
12 12 – Why Bobby Coon Washes His Food
13 13 – The Merry Little Breezes Have a Busy Day
14 14 – Why Hooty the Owl Does Not Play on the Green Meadows
15 15 – Danny Meadow Mouse Learns to Laugh
Mrs. Peter Rabbit
A wonderful book in which we meet the lucky little bunny who becomes Mrs. Peter Rabbit! This is one of many delightful animal books written by Thornton W. Burgess. I grew up reading and enjoying these tales of talking animals with fun and varied personalities. Peter Rabbit is a character loved by all, and this charming tale recounts the adventures of meeting, wooing, and marrying Mrs. Peter Rabbit.
1 – Chapter 01 through Chapter 06
2 – Chapter 07 through Chapter 12
3 – Chapter 13 through Chapter 18
4 – Chapter 19 through Chapter 25
5 – Chapter 26 through Chapter 32
Old Granny Fox
Old Granny Fox and grandson Reddy Fox must use all their cunning to hunt up enough food to survive the long winter. Food in the Green Meadow is scarce but Farmer Brown’s hens are locked up tight and protected by Bowser the Hound, so Granny takes a conceited Reddy hunting and teaches him some surprising new tricks to lure in their dinner. Old Granny and Reddy Fox encounter danger and adventure in their quests to keep their bellies full, including a close encounter with Farmer Brown’s boy, a clever plot to steal Bowser’s food, and an unforeseen thief who might outsmart this sneaky pair.
01 Reddy Fox Brings Granny News
02 Granny and Reddy Fox Go Hunting
03 Reddy is Sure Granny Has Lost Her Senses
04 Quacker the Duck Grows Curious
05 Reddy Fox is Afraid to Go Home
06 Old Granny Fox is Caught Napping
07 Granny Fox Has a Bad Dream
08 What Farmer Brown’s Boy Did
09 Reddy Fox Hears About Granny Fox
10 Reddy Fox is Impudent
11 After the Storm
12 Granny and Reddy Fox Hunt in Vain
13 Granny Fox Admits Growing Old
14 Three Vain and Foolish Wishes
15 Reddy Fights a Battle
16 Reddy is Made Truly Happy
17 Granny Fox Promises Reddy Bowser’s Dinner
18 Why Bowser the Hound Didn’t Eat His Dinner
19 Old Man Coyote Does a Little Thinking
20 A Twice Stolen Dinner
21 Granny and Reddy Talk Things Over
22 Granny Fox Plans to Get a Fat Hen
23 Farmer Brown’s Boy Forgets to Close the Gate
24 A Midnight Visit
25 A Dinner for Two
26 Farmer Brown’s Boy Sets a Trap
27 Prickly Porky Takes a Sun Bath
28 Prickly Porky Enjoys Himself
29 The New Home in the Old Pasture
Old Mother West Wind
Thornton Waldo Burgess (January 14, 1874 – June 5, 1965) was a conservationist and author of children’s stories. He loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written more than 170 books. Many of his outdoor observations in nature were used as plots for his stories. In his first book, “Old Mother West Wind,” published in 1910, the reader meets many of the characters found in later books and stories. These characters include Peter Rabbit, Jimmy Skunk, Sammy Jay, Bobby Raccoon, Joe Otter, Grandfather Frog, Billy Mink, Jerry Muskrat, Spotty the Turtle and of course, Old Mother West Wind and her Merry Little Breezes. Note to parents of very small children: in Chapter 15, little Tommy Trout gets eaten by a pickerel.
In the Nursery of My Bookhouse
Full of delightful nursery rhymes, charming poems and engaging stories, folk and fairy tales, this is the first volume of the “My Bookhouse” series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920’s as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children’s literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes – this first being intended for the youngest audience.
01 Nursery Rhymes, Part 1
02 Sleepy Song, The
03 ‘Bow, Wow’ Says the Dog
04 Nursery Rhymes, Part 2
05 Three Little Kittens
06 Nursery Rhymes, Part 3
07 I Saw a Ship A-Sailing
08 Nursery Rhymes, Part 4
09 Old Mother Hubbard
10 Nursery Rhymes, Part 5
11 Nursery Rhymes, Part 6
12 Here We Go Round the Mulberry-Bush
13 Nursery Rhymes, Part 7
14 Three Jovial Huntsman
15 Nursery Rhymes, Part 8
16 The Little Red Hen and the Grain of Wheat (An English Folk Tale)
17 Over in the Meadow
18 Moon, So Round and Yellow
19 What the Moon Saw
20 The ‘Wake Up’ Story
21 Going to London Mary Mapes Dodge
22 Precocious Piggy
23 The Cat and the Mouse: An English Folk Tale
24 Johnny and the Three Goats: A Norse Tale
25 The Clucking Hen
26 Belling the Cat
27 What They Say
28 The Little Big Man
29 The Farmer’s Boy
30 The Little Gray Pony
31 The Key of the Kingdom
32 The Daring Prince
33 What Else the Moon Saw
34 Nell and Her Bird
35 The Fox and the Stork
36 There Was An Old Man with a Beard
38 Clouds and Waves
39 Who Likes the Rain
40 The Donkey and the Lap Dog
41 The Two Crabs
42 Sir Robin
43 The Tale of a Black Cat: An American Folk Tale
44 The Wind and the Sun
45 Who Has Seen the Wind
46 The Gingerbread Man: A New England Tale
47 The Crow and the Pitcher
48 Ole-Luk-Oie, The Sandman
49 Wynken, Blynken and Nod Eugene Field
50 The Sugar Plum Tree Eugene Field
51 The Milkmaid and Her Pail
52 The Lion and the Mouse
53 The Old Shellover
54 The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings
55 The Dog in the Manger
56 I Wouldn’t Be a Growler
57 The Jay and the Peacocks
58 Strange Lands
60 The Robin’s Christmas Song: A Scotch Folk Tale
61 Little Gustava
62 The Magpie’s Nest: An English Folk Tale
63 The Frog and the Ox
65 Miss Tabby Gray
66 The Kitten and Falling Leaves
67 Tale of Peter Rabbit
68 Rosy Posy
69 The Little Engine That Could
70 Try Again
71 A Quick Running Squash
72 Jack Frost
73 The Cock, the Mouse, and the Little Red Hen
74 Baby Seed Song
75 The Turtle Who Could Not Stop Talking: An East Indian Fable
76 White Butterflies Algernon
77 Grasshopper Green
78 Mother Spider
79 Where Go the Boats
80 Paper Boats
81 The Moo-Cow-Moo
82 The Wee, Wee Mannie and the Big, Big Coo: A Scotch Folk Tale
83 The Purple Cow
84 The Little Girl and the Hare: A German Folk Tale
85 The Ass in the Lion’s Skin
86 Goldilocks and the Three Bears
87 Mary Had a Little Lamb
88 The Twin Lambs
89 The Swing
90 Whisky Frisky
91 The Squirrels That Live in a House
92 The Sheep and the Pig that Made a Home: A Norse Folk Tale
93 The Laughing Song
94 How the Home Was Built
95 The Flag Goes By
97 Noah’s Ark
98 The Bow that Bridges Heaven
99 The Hare and the Tortoise
100 Spring Celia Thaxter
101 The Little Half-Chick: A Spanish Folk Tale
102 A Letter From a Cat
103 Fairy and Child Eugene Field
104 Merchant, The
106 Come Little Leaves
107 Across the Fields
108 The Little Toy Land of the Dutch
109 Teeny-Tiny: An English Folk Tale
110 Shingebiss: A Chippewa Indian Tale
111 Ten Little Injuns
112 The Shoemaker and the Elves: A German Folk Tale
113 A Halloween Story
114 Oeyvind and Marit (A Little Story of Norway)
115 Little Pictures From Far Japan
116 The Boy Who Cried Wolf
117 The Duck and the Kangaroo
118 The Star
119 Peter Rabbit Decides to Change His Name
120 The Road to China
121 The Boy Who Wanted the Impossible
122 Chinese Nursery Rhymes
123 A Happy Day in the City
124 City Smoke
125 Night and Day
126 The Babe Moses
127 A Psalm of Praise (Psalm 100)
128 Little Blue Apron
129 The Doll Under the Briar Rosebush
130 The Elf and the Dormouse
Whitefoot the Wood Mouse
This is the story of Whitefoot the wood mouse, the most timid and shy creature in all the Green Forest. You see, Whitefoot has many enemies who would love nothing more than to make him their dinner. Despite the many perils Whitefoot often faces, he “is one of those wise little people who never allow unpleasant things of the past to spoil their present happiness, and who never borrow trouble from the future.” Read about Whitefoot’s adventures as he searches for safe places to live, tries to avoid the keen eyes and noses of his enemies, and makes new friends along the way.
01 Whitefoot Spends A Happy Winter
02 Whitefoot Sees Queer Things
03 Farmer Brown’s Boy Becomes Acquainted
04 Whitefoot Grows Anxious
05 The End Of Whitefoot’s Worries
06 A Very Careless Jump
07 Whitefoot Gives Up Hope
08 The Rescue
09 Two Timid Persons Meet
10 The White Watchers
11 Jumper Is In Doubt
12 Whitey The Owl Saves Jumper
13 Whitefoot Decides Quickly
14 Shadows Return
15 Whitefoots Dreadful Journey
16 Whitefoot Climbs A Tree
17 Whitefoot Finds A Hole Just In Time
18 An Unpleasant Surprise
19 Whitefoot Finds A Home At Last
20 Whitefoot Makes Himself At Home
21 Whitefoot Envies Timmy
22 Timmy Proves To Be A True Neighbor
23 Whitefoot Spends A Dreadful Night
24 Whitefoot The Wood Mouse Is Unhappy
25 Whitefoot Finds Out What The Matter Was
26 Love Fills The Heart Of Whitefoot
27 Mr. And Mrs. Whitefoot
28 Mrs. Whitefoot Decides On A Home
29 Making Over An Old House
30 The Whitefoots Enjoy Their New Home
31 Whitefoot Is Hurt
32 The Surprise
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