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Y exciting The eer mouse runs from crack to crevice looking for a place to call home boringI liked the way Sally Carrighar told about the same Men And Gods In Mongolia day from the perspective ofifferent animals There was overlap in several stories and that was

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I also the way the first story the grouse included the Hunter Killer (Pike Logan deer mule and the last story theeer mule included the grouseI m glad I read this book although at first I Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, didn t th A really enjoyable read some beautiful language excellent characterisations and educational Yes it is a natureocumentary in book form and some may find that boring but I found it charming and I m glad I finally picked it up after years of glancing at it in the bookcase It s June 18 on Beetle Rock Each Of The Ten Stories Is As of the ten stories is as a memoir as a nature essay of the ten creatures the author chose Both uplifting and tragic the tales are conversational easy going and easy readingThe grouse is nursing an injured leg The bear is protecting her two cubs The chickaree is looking for trouble The Stellar Jay announces and creates havoc The weasel is raising her brood The coyote is trying to adapt to a new home The Mule eer buck at ten is finding time is marching onSome of the information has been changed but not enough to affect the stories This is a relaxing nature read. Lls and adaptations of nature One Day on Beetle Rock is one of the small fine company of books that are not merely popular animal stories or merely scientific studies of animals but animal literature Saturday Review of Literature BW illustrations. .
One Day on Beetle RockLoved it Original copyright 1943 Follows the life of nine Different Animals For A Day It Tells How Their Lives animals for a ay It tells how their lives Wonderful Couldn t finish it Essentially a series of short stories about Flying Scotsman Manual different animals living on Beetle Rock I read this book when I was still in grade school It was one of my favourites and I reread it often I immersed myself in it Don t let your children read this Tell them it isangerous They might end up on the Sea Shepard I read this back in college and it is memorable "all these years later but for some reason " these years later But for some reason thought it was set in Alaska and was so impressed I wanted to visit Alaska which I id about 8 years ago Funny how our memories play tricks on us A co Worker Friend Of Mine Handed Me A friend of mine handed me a of this book about 20 years ago Today is 2 Sept 2011 and I believe it was in 1992 that this occurred The book was not that great that is probably why I had forgotten to add it to my goodreads list until now But it was probably my introduction to nature writing a genre that I thoroughly enjoy when it is good and about things that really interest me This is a lovely book which I really enjoyed Some folks have a problem with anthropomorphizing but it oesn t bother me What was really intriguing is that Beetle Rock is in Seuoia National Park just Whalerider down the An elegant and livelyepiction of nine animals spending a spring ay on Beetle Rock a large expanse of granite in Seuoia National Park One Day on Beetle Rock is a classic of American nature writing Drawing on seven years of close observation and. Oad from me I m having aydreams about my grandson read "This Book It S it s for adults but he reads well above his grade level and then we could go find Beetle Rock and sit uietly and see what we can see for ourselves Sometimes the very best writing is found in unexpected places and this book is one of them It is a treasure In exuisitely clear simple but elouent language that most novelists could learn a lot from Carrigher follows the inter related lives of a number of animals There is none of the common sweetification or brutification that many popular writers adopt The animals Graphic Design For Everyone don t come across as people or anything like that but their individuality and humanity for lack of a better word come across very movingly This is the result of close sympathetic observation of their lives over time but it is also the product of a clear mind and good heart things that are not so common among writers It is also product of a mastery of narrative I read this book basically because my friendemanded I Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis, do so She thought I like it because I once spent a few hours at the Seuoia National ParkSome Of It National ParkSome of it liked The tales of the bear and the lizard were good The tale of the mule Sweetland deer was pretty good tooSome of it was really boring The grouse gets absolutely still and blends in Not ver. Inspired by the work of natural scientists Sally Carrighar wrote with exuisiteetail bringing readers to an exhilarating consciousness of the search for food and a safe place to sleep the relationship between prey and predator the marvelous ski. ,

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