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Great Wolf and the Good Woodsman

Helen Hoover
Woodcuts by Betsy Bowen
Copyright Date: 1967
Edition: NED - New edition
Pages: 40
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5749/j.ctttthcf
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    Great Wolf and the Good Woodsman
    Book Description:

    Beloved nature writer Helen Hoover tells a children's fable that will stir a sense of wonder and discovery in anyone who has ever felt the magic of the forest. Great Wolf and the Good Woodsman, charmingly illustrated with hand-colored woodcuts by renowned artist Betsy Bowen, is a classic tale with a message of peace, tolerance, and kindness._x000B_

    eISBN: 978-0-8166-9655-0
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. Front Matter
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  2. Great Wolf and the Good Woodsman
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    Once, long years ago, Great Wolf Stood on a high ridge and looked down at a deer, a squirrel, and a chickadee, gathered together beside the log cabin where lived the Good Woodsman.

    It was Christmas, and Great Wolf was very lonely. He was a mighty hunter, fleet of foot and sharp of tooth, and so he was feared by all the animals in the forest.

    “Why doesn’t the Good Woodsman come out?” the gentle deer was asking. “He always has fresh cedar branches for me to eat.”

    “And corn for me,” chattered the squirrel.

    “And seeds for me,” the chickadee...

  3. Back Matter
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