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Tales of An Empty Cabin is the most beloved collection of stories written by Grey Owl. Originally published in 1936, this classic collection harkens to a simpler time, a time when we were closer to the natural world around us. This book is a celebration of the pure delight of storytelling and of the bounty of the land.
Paperback, 296 pages
Published April 10th 2002 by Key Porter Books (first published 1936)
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part 3 has too much about beavers. otherwise perfect.
Very satisfying, but definitely had to take a long break in the middle.
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