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Paul Bunyan (Rabbit Ears: A Classic Tale)
The outrageous adventures of the quintessential American hero represent the very best in the proud tradition of American storytelling. Heroes on the scale of Paul Bunyan don't happen along every day. He wasn't just big. He was mighty big, and smart and honest and modest-all at the same time. Paul Bunyan knew darned well that he was the best lumberjack ever to stomp through ...more
Audio Cassette, Large Print, 34 pages
Published December 1st 1990 by Rabbit Ears
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Aug 16, 2014 Ronyell rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Paul Bunyan Lovers and Rabbit Ears Fans!
There have been many Rabbit Ears stories that I have not heard of up until now and “Paul Bunyan” is one of them. “Paul Bunyan” is about the largest and tallest logging man in history named Paul Bunyan who starts his adventures as he tries to chop down all the trees in the Dakotas so that the new settlers could have homes to live in. Jonathan Winters’ rich narration along with Leo Kottke and Duck Baker’s inspiring music and Rick Meyerowitz’s hilarious illustrations, all combine together to make ...more
A great American hero that is know to be the best lumberjack in the North American forests. He was not only big but honest and smart! This book is a fun story to learn about the clearing of the Dakotas. I would use the book to introduce some early history.