Little Brother to the Bear, A

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: William J. Long

Narrated By: Bobbie Frohman

Publisher: Alcazar AudioWorks

Date: January 2006

Duration: 4 hours 20 minutes


"A Little Brother to the Bear"" is a collection of short stories for children with tales of woodland folk in their forest homes. Written by an American naturalist and minister, the stories are based on objective observations with a sincere respect for instincts and ingenuity of wildlife. His observations help us to understand nature and how all nature works together.

These stories include:
1. The Point of View
2. A Little Brother to the Bear
3. Whitoweek the Hermit
4. Woodcock Genius
5. When Upweekis Goes Hunting
6. K'Dunk the Fat One
7. Moween's Den
8. Kingfisher's Kindergarten
9. Pekompf's Cunning
10. Animal Surgery
11. Hunting Without a Gun

William J. Long
William Joseph Long (1866-1952) was an American author, minister and naturalist. A lifelong lover of the wilderness, Long would often take his children on long trips for months in the wilds of Maine and Nova Scotia. His observation of natural phenomena combined with his natural gift for story-telling makes for fantastic tales of animal behavior.


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