4 edition of The Tale of Fatty Coon (Sleepy-Time Tales) found in the catalog.
March 30, 2006
by Dodo Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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But if you looked at him closely you would have seen a pair of very bright eyes watching you. Fatty loved to eat. Yes—he loved eating better than anything else in the world. That was what made him so fat.
And that, too, was what. Fatty Coon was so fat and round that he looked like a ball of fur, with a plumelike tail for a handle.
But if you looked at him closely you would have seen a pair of very bright eyes watching you. Fatty loved to eat. Yes--he loved eating better than anything else in the world. That was what made him so fat. Tale of Fatty Coon> * 이 책은 Public Domain Books 입니다.
Public Domain Books란 저작자 사후 일정 기간이 경과하여 저작권이 만료된 책을 의미합니다. 회원님께서는 인터넷 상의 기타 사이트를 통해서 이 책을 찾아보실 수도 있습니다. Fatty Coon was so glad to be free once more that he promised to be good forever after. And he was just as good as any little coon could be--all the rest of that day. Literature Network» Arthur Scott Bailey» The Tale of Fatty Coon» XIV.
Read The Tale of Fatty Coon by Arthur Scott Bailey for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Mrs. Coon listened to Fatty's story. "I think it must be the monster that almost caught me in the road last summer," said Fatty, meaning the automobile that had given him a great fright.
"Maybe he's come back again to catch Farmer Green and his family Do you suppose he's eaten them up?" Mrs. Coon was puzzled. And she was somewhat alarmed, too.
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stung him. He tried to take it out of his mouth, and he was surprised again. Sleepy-Time Tales: The Tale of Fatty Coon by Arthur Scott Bailey Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites owned by authors and publishers.
The Tale of Fatty Coon Series Title: Sleepy-Time Tales Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres: Subject: Animals -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Raccoon -- Juvenile fiction Category: Text: audio books by Jane Austen.
How the chips did fly. At the very first blow Fatty knew that this was an entirely different sort of chopping from that which Johnnie had attempted the night before. The great tree shook as if it knew that it would soon come crashing down upon the ground.
And as for Fatty Coon, he could not see but that he must fall when the tree did. When Fatty Coon started off alone to find something more to eat, after finishing the fish that his mother had brought home for him, he did not know that he was going to have an adventure.
He nosed about among the bushes and the tall grasses and caught a few bugs and a frog or two. But he didn't think that THAT was much. Book Overview: This series of Tuck Me In Tales and Slumber Town Tales of animal stories for children from three to eight years, tells of the adventures of the creatures of Pleasant Valley in an amusing way, which delights small two-footed human beings.
This books focuses on Fatty Coon, the butter loving, swamp living animal.And Fatty leaped to one side of the road just before the monster reached him. The great creature went past Fatty like the wind and tore on up the hill. He seemed to be running so fast that he could not stop.