Mother West Wind "How" Stories

Thornton W. BURGESS (1874 - 1965)

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. - Summary by EstherbenSimonides

Genre(s): Animals & Nature

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 How Old King Eagle Won His White Head mlaura
00:11:46
Play 02 How Old Mr. Mink Taught Himself to Swim mlaura
00:10:50
Play 03 How Old Mr. Toad Learned to Sing Adele de Pignerolles
00:07:34
Play 04 How Old Mr. Crow Lost His Double Tongue Adele de Pignerolles
00:08:06
Play 05 How Howler the Wolf Got His Name Adele de Pignerolles
00:08:05
Play 06 How Old Mr. Squirrel Became Thrifty Adele de Pignerolles
00:08:51
Play 07 How Lightfoot the Deer Learned to Jump Adele de Pignerolles
00:09:16
Play 08 How Mr. Flying Squirrel Almost Got Wings Adele de Pignerolles
00:08:27
Play 09 How Mr. Weasel Was Made an Outcast Adele de Pignerolles
00:08:52
Play 10 How the Eyes of Old Mr. Owl Became Fixed Esther ben Simonides
00:07:04
Play 11 How It Happens Johnny Chuck Sleeps All Winter Esther ben Simonides
00:08:18
Play 12 How Old Mr. Otter Learned to Slide Esther ben Simonides
00:07:29
Play 13 How Drummer the Woodpecker Came by His Red Cap Esther ben Simonides
00:08:02
Play 14 How Old Mr. Tree Toad Found Out How To Climb Esther ben Simonides
00:07:10
Play 15 How Old Mr. Heron Learned Patience Esther ben Simonides
00:07:16
Play 16 How Tufty the Lynx Happens to Have a Stump of a Tail Esther ben Simonides
00:06:35