A Little Brother to the Bear

William J. LONG (1867 - 1952)

William J. Long again introduces us to some of the Wood Folk and their stories of living based on his own observations in the woods. In this volume, Mooweesuk the Coon is called the bear's little brother because he so often resembles the "big prowler in the black coat." Also included are chapters on the woodcock, the wildcat, the toad, and many other animals. He likewise includes a chapter on "animal surgery" that describes some ways animals treat their wounds and a chapter on "Hunting without a Gun", which is based on following large animals and observing them. Long's books are great for children and adults alike! - Summary by Maggie Travers

Dedicated proof-listeners: Elijah & DaveC

Genre(s): Animals & Nature

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Maggie Travers
00:02:36
Play 01 THE POINT OF VIEW Maggie Travers
00:10:00
Play 02 A LITTLE BROTHER TO THE BEAR Part 1 Maggie Travers
00:23:07
Play 03 A LITTLE BROTHER TO THE BEAR Part 2 Maggie Travers
00:18:23
Play 04 WHITOOWEEK THE HERMIT Part 1 Maggie Travers
00:22:27
Play 05 WHITOOWEEK THE HERMIT Part 2 Maggie Travers
00:23:07
Play 06 A WOODCOCK GENIUS Maggie Travers
00:05:07
Play 07 WHEN UPWEEKIS GOES HUNTING Maggie Travers
00:16:29
Play 08 K'DUNK THE FAT ONE Part 1 Maggie Travers
00:18:50
Play 09 K'DUNK THE FAT ONE Part 2 Maggie Travers
00:17:59
Play 10 MOOWEEN'S DEN Maggie Travers
00:10:46
Play 11 KINGFISHER'S KINDERGARTEN Maggie Travers
00:11:35
Play 12 PEKOMPF'S CUNNING Maggie Travers
00:24:09
Play 13 ANIMAL SURGERY Maggie Travers
00:20:15
Play 14 HUNTING WITHOUT A GUN Part 1 Maggie Travers
00:19:03
Play 15 HUNTING WITHOUT A GUN Part 2 Maggie Travers
00:16:01