The Wainscott Weasel

The Wainscott Weasel

Book - 1993
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All sorts of creatures live near the Wainscott woods on the South Fork of Long Island, but the most remarkable citizens of this seaside community are the weasels, including Zeke Whitebelly and his boisterous brothers, Bagley Brown, Jr., and Wendy Blackish.

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All sorts of creatures live near the Wainscott woods on the South Fork of Long Island, but the most remarkable citizens of this seaside community are the weasels, including Zeke Whitebelly and his boisterous brothers, Bagley Brown, Jr., and Wendy Blackish.Bagley Brown, the son of the famous Wainscott weasel, assumes he doesn't have the courage of his father, until he decides to move an osprey nest in order to save Bridget, the fish
Bagley Brown, Jr., a member of the remarkable family of weasels living in the seaside fields, woods, and ponds of Wainscott, must prove himself a hero and save Bridget the fish from an unappetizing death. By the creators of A Rat's Tale.
Bagley Brown, the son of the famous Wainscott weasel, assumes he doesn't have the courage of his father, until he decides to move an osprey nest in order to save Bridget, the fish

Publisher: New York Michael Di Capua/HarperCollins 1993
ISBN: 9780062050335
0062050338
Characteristics: 193p. : ill

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