Thornton W. Burgess

Mother West Wind's Children

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While growing up, the author explored the fields and forests and salt marshes of Cape Cod, where he became very familiar with the birds, animals, and plant life. Later, as a grown-up, he told stories to his young son about the animals and wildlife that he held so dear, resulting, amongst other works, in the wonderfully warm and acutely observed work Mother West Wind's Children, where The animals of the Green Meadows and Green Forest are having all kinds of small adventures while Grandfather Frog is telling stories to Mother West Wind's children, the "Merry Little Breezes"...
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