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Raggylug the cottontail rabbit and other animal stories

Ernest Thompson Seton

Raggylug the cottontail rabbit and other animal stories

by Ernest Thompson Seton

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Published by David Nutt in London .
Written in English


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StatementErnest Seton-Thompson ; with pictures by the author.
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Open LibraryOL20147682M

Silverspot, The Story Of A Crow I. NEXT BOOKS Raggylug, The Story Of A Cottontail Rabbit. RAGGYLUG, or Rag, was the name of a young cottontail rabbit. It was given him from his torn and ragged ear, a life-mark that he got in his first adventure. He lived with his mother in Olifant's Swamp I made their acquaintance and gathered, in a.   BABY COTTONTAIL BUNNY RESCUED FROM BEAGLE Bunnies for Kids - Rabbits and Hares - Animals for Kids - Rabbit Facts - Duration: Socratica Kids Cottontail rabbit .

Raggylug: The Cottontail Rabbit and Other Animal Stories by Ernest Thompson Seton really liked it avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 3 editions. Raggylug, the cottontail rabbit [electronic resource]: and other animal stories / By Ernest Thompson Seton. Abstract. Selections from the author's "Wild animals I have known."Half title: Lobo, Rag, and onic of access: Internet.4Author: Ernest Thompson Seton.

  Silverspot, the Story of a Crow Raggylug, the Story of a Cottontail Rabbit Bingo, the Story of My Dog The Springfield Fox The Pacing Mustang Wully, the Story of a Yaller Dog Redruff, the Story of the Don Valley Partridge Tailpiece: The Thougt Brand: Firefly Books, Limited. WILD ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN: Lobo King of the Currumpaw; Silverspot the Story of a Crow; Raggylug the Story of a Cottontail Rabbit; Bingo the Story of My Dog; The Springfield Fox; The Pacing Mustang; Wully the Story of a Yaller Dog; Redruff by Ernest Thompson Seton. McClelland and Stewart - New Canadian Library, Mass Market Paperback. Good.


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Animals depicted by Ernest Seton, the father of animal novel, are different, presenting to people the emotional and spiritual world of different animals. This book tells two stories- Raggylug is the name of a little rabbit.

Since there is a small opening in his ear. Being the kid of a cottontail rabbit, he has a soft long white tail like : Ernest Seton.

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Raggylug, the Cottontail Rabbit; and other Animal Stories Abstract. Publication: Nature. Pub Date: November DOI: /c0 Bibcode: NaturR 5. full text sources. The four stories concern the adventures of four different animals: Lobo, a wolf; a partridge called Redruff; Raggylug, a Rabbit, and Vixen the fox.

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Letter Get the most important science stories of the day, free in your inbox. Raggylug, The Story Of A Cottontail Rabbit RAGGYLUG, or Rag, was the name of a young cottontail rabbit. It was given him from his torn and ragged ear, a. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seton, Ernest Thompson, Raggylug, the cottontail rabbit.

London: D. Nutt, She wasn’t a timid little cottontail rabbit then; she was a mother whose child was in danger. And when she came to Raggylug and the big snake, she took one look, and then hop.

hop. she went over the snake’s back; and as she jumped she struck at the snake. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Raggylug, the cottontail rabbit by Ernest Thompson Seton; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Romans, Animals, Animaux, Fiction, Accessible book.

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RAGGYLUG, or Rag, was the name of a young cottontail rabbit. It was given him from his torn and ragged ear, a life-mark that he got in his first adventure. He lived with his mother in Olifant's Swamp, where I made their acquaintance and gathered, in a hundred different ways, the little bits of proof and scraps of truth that at length enabled me.

Raggylug, subtitled The Story of a Cottontail Rabbit, is a short story by Ernest Thompson Seton, from his first collection, Wild Animals I Have Known ().

It was reprinted the following year in Lobo, Rag, and Vixen. Engrossing collection of eight stories by a noted Canadian naturalist, illustrator, and painter masterfully blends scientific observation and romanticism. Memorable characters include Old Lobo, the leader of a wolfpack; Silverspot, a wise old crow; Raggylug, a young cottontail; Bingo, an errant hound; and other remarkable creatures.

Includes engaging black-and-white illustrations by. Cottontail is actually the mother of the wild animal Raggylug Seton knew and described in “Raggylug, the Story of a Cottontail Rabbit.” Molly is as central to the story as Raggylug, if not more central, so we can be sure that “Raggylug” is the story Rudyard read.5 It is also highly likely, given its original appearance in November.

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Nutt, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Seton, Ernest Thompson, Rangifer Dawsoni, preliminary description of a new caribou from Queen Charlotte's Islands.

Raggylug, the Story of a Cottontail Rabbit 91 "Mammy, mammy!" he screamed, in mortal terror 97 Rag followed the snow-white beacon The hound came sniffing along.