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A Tippy Canoe and Canada Too (Forest Life #4)

4.23 of 5 stars 4.23  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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Published 1946
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Koen Kop
Read this book because one of my Goodreads friends liked it, and because I like the outdoors, and because the title suggested interesting reading. Starts out well enough: mildly humorous encounters with the creatures of the (semi-)wilderness; but it does not evolve beyond that: the humour gets increasingly inane, the "adventures" not really thrilling, too much "good ole" Christian goody-goodyness. Very old-fashioned. It also does not teach you anything about the challenges of living in the wild, ...more
Jordan
I read this a long time ago... I'm pretty sure it was sweet, quiet, and well written. Very natural and clean, too.
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Excellent Book, Children and adults alike will enjoy this book.
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Samuel Arthur Campbell was born August 1, 1895 in Watseka, Iroquois County, Illinois. He was the youngest of two children born to Arthur J. and Katherine "Kittie" (née Lyman) Campbell.

Sam Campbell was many things including a writer, lecturer, photographer, and diligent student of nature. He studied wild animals from his home, which he called the Sanctuary of Wegimind, and during his various travel
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Forest Life (9 books)
  • How's Inky? (Living Forest Series, Volume 1)
  • On Wings of Cheer
  • Moose Country: A Boy Naturalist In An Ancient Forest
  • The Seven Secrets Of Somewhere Lake: Animal Ways That Inspire And Amaze
  • Fiddlesticks And Freckles: The Forest Frolics Of Two Funny Fawns
  • Beloved Rascals: Nature's Knaves Are Nicer Than You Think
  • Sweet Sue's Adventures
  • Calamity Jane (Living Forest Series, Volume 12)
How's Inky? (Living Forest Series, Volume 1) Too Much Salt and Pepper Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo... And Still   Mo Lessons In Living From Five Frisky Red Squirrels (Living Forest Series, Volume 3) Fiddlesticks And Freckles: The Forest Frolics Of Two Funny Fawns The Seven Secrets Of Somewhere Lake: Animal Ways That Inspire And Amaze

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