Whitefoot the Wood Mouse by Thornton W. Burgess

  • Sale
  • Regular price $5.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

As the days grow colder, little Whitefoot the Wood Mouse decides it is time to find a warm, safe place to spend the winter. The happy little creature finds the perfect spot in Farmer Brown's barn, where he meets a friendly stranger, tumbles into a life-threatening situation, and learns the meaning of the word trust.

A master storyteller, Thornton Burgess instills in his young readers important lessons about animals, nature, and the environment. Rich in the warmth, simplicity, and nostalgic charm of an earlier day, this entertaining tale will beguile today's youngsters as much as it enthralled children generations ago.

Table of Contents:
I. Whitefoot Spends a Happy Winter
II. Whitefoot Sees Queer Things
III. Farmer Brown's Boy Becomes Acquainted
IV. Whitefoot Grows Anxious
V. The End of Whitefoot's Worries
VI. A Very Careless Jump
VII. Whitefoot Gives Up Hope
VIII. The Rescue
IX. Two Timid Persons Meet
X. The White Watchers
XI. Jumper Is in Doubt
XII. Whitey the Owl Saves Jumper
XIII. Whitefoot Decides Quickly
XIV. Shadow's Return
XV. Whitefoot's Dreadful Journey
XVI. Whitefoot Climbs a Tree
XVII. Whitefoot Finds a Hole Just in Time
XVIII. An Unpleasant Surprise
XIX. Whitefoot Finds a Home at Last
XX. Whitefoot Makes Himself at Home
XXI. Whitefoot Envies Timmy
XXII. Timmy Proves To Be a True Neighbor
XXIII. Whitefoot Spends a Dreadful Night
XXIV. Whitefoot the Wood Mouse Is Unhappy
XXV. Whitefoot Finds Out What the Matter Was
XXVI. Love Fills the Heart of Whitefoot
XXVII. Mr. and Mrs. Whitefoot
XXVIII. Mrs. Whitefoot Decides on a Home
XXIX. Making Over an Old House
XXX. The Whitefoots Enjoy Their New Home
XXXI. Whitefoot Is Hurt
XXXII. The Surprise

Author and conservationist Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965) wrote thousands of animal stories for children, starting with the 1910 publication of Old Mother West Wind. Burgess's tales convey his fascination with wildlife and his concern for nature, teaching gentle lessons about ecology and respect for the environment.

Target age: 8 to 14

Dover Publications

Pub Date: April 10, 2006

0.28" H x 8.08" L x 5.64" W 

95 pages