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The Burgess Animal Book

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The Burgess Animal Book For Children

Peter Rabbit is back to learn about his animal friends in this classic nature book intended to introduce children to the subject of animal life in North America.  Saucy Jenny Wren introduces Peter to a variety of animals where he (and the reader) learn about their eating habits, physical appearance, and interactions with one another.

This edition is derived from the original book published in 1920 and contains over 73 original color illustrations by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. As always, this edition is complete and unabridged.

Author(s): Thornton Burgess

Illustrator(s): Louis Agassiz Fuertes

Translator(s): None

Book Size: 6" x 9"

Pages: 265

Font Size: 12pt

ISBN: 9781649656902

ASIN: 1649656912

  • Paperback - Black & White Interior: Perfect bound with gloss cover; cream standard paper.
  • Paperback - Color Interior: Perfect bound with gloss cover; white standard paper.
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About the Author

Thornton Burgess was a prolific American author and naturalist, renowned for his captivating tales that brought the wonders of the natural world to life for generations of young readers. Born in Sandwich, Massachusetts, Burgess developed an early fascination with nature and animals. This passion would become the cornerstone of his literary legacy.