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Here Come Raccoons!

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Identical twins, Albert and Arabella, save their fellow raccoons from the wrath of the skunks and possums when a critical situation develops over opening garbage cans.
Library Binding, 47 pages
Published December 31st 1977 by Holt McDougal
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I feel like this book was based on a somewhat faulty premise in that I'm pretty sure that it shouldn't be that difficult to distinguish male raccoons from female raccoons, even if they are twins.
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The youngest of three children, Lillian Hoban was born in Philadelphia on May 18, 1925. She attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Art, studied dance for ten years (and danced with the Martha Graham dancers), taught Modern Dance and danced professionally in the 1950s.
She learned to draw still life and began to write her own stories only after having children (Phoebe, Brom, Esme and Julia), and
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