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The otters" tale.

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Published by Dutton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Otters -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    A new and shortened ed. of the author"s Ring of bright water, suitable for children.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL795.O8 M3 1962a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination124 p.
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5848370M
    LC Control Number62007807
    OCLC/WorldCa1413066

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book taken on a journey through the calendar year, learning the most intimate The otters tale. book of this most beautiful of British mammals. Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their wondrous complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the otter/5(2).

This is an unusual—I'm tempted to say 'unique'—and beautifully written book about the life of a female otter who raises her pups near Cooper's old house. It is a nonfiction book but with an extraordinary streak of imagination brought to bear on the otter's life/5(4).

As a book for children who want to know about human interaction with river otters, the book is wonderful, but the verbiage is not child level, so it's a good stretch book.

Although we're missing some of the laugh-out-loud humor of Maxwell's longer The otters tale. book, we're also missing the tragedy that haunted Maxwell and so many of his stories/5(6).

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Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their The otters tale. book complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the : HarperCollins UK. Following in the footsteps of Henry Williamson’s classic s tale Tarka the Otter, readers are taken on a journey through the calendar year, learning the most intimate detail of this most beautiful of British mammals.

Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their wondrous complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the otter. There are more pictures of otters, most in black and white, but some in color, than found in his adult editions.

Maxwell provides the story of finding Mij, bringing him to back to the British Isles, making him a new home, and recovering from his death/5.

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Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their wondrous complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the otter/5(25). The Otters' Tale by Gavin Maxwell. London: Penguin, Paperback reprint. The children's version of Gavin Maxwell's famous autobiographical account of his life with otters at Camusfearna in the West Highlands.

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In the 17th. Buy The Otters' Tale Paperback by ISBN: Shortlisted for THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE ‘The best popular account of the lives of otters written so far’ Richard Shelton, Times Literary Supplement When Simon Cooper bought an abandoned water mill that straddles a small chalkstream in southern England, little did he know that he would come to share the mill with a family of wild : Shortlisted for THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE 'The best popular account of the lives of otters written so far' Richard Shelton, Times Literary SupplementWhen Simon Cooper bought an abandoned water mill that straddles a small chalkstream in southern England, little did he know that he would come to share the mill with a family of wild otters.

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Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their wondrous complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the otter/5(25).

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THE OTTERS' TALE. Simon Cooper. When Cooper bought an abandoned water mill that straddles a small chalkstream, little did he know that he would come to share the mill with a family of wild otters. Weaving together the life of.

Following in the footsteps of Henry Williamson’s classic s tale Tarka the Otter, readers are taken on a journey through the calendar year, learning the most intimate detail of this most beautiful of British mammals. Cooper brings these beloved animals to life in all their wondrous complexity, revealing the previously hidden secrets of their lives in this beautifully told tale of the otter/5(26).

Shortlisted for THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE 'The best popular account of the lives of otters written so far' Richard Shelton, Times Literary Supplement When Simon Cooper bought an abandoned water mill that straddles a small chalkstream in southern England, little did he know that he would come to share the mill with a family of wild otters.

Simon Cooper's The Otters' Tale (William Collins) [ ] combines a description of otter biology and the history of their persecution and recent recovery with the artistic recreation of a year in the life of a female otter, Kuschta, who lives by Cooper's watermill near Salisbury, UK.

As Cooper imagines himself into the lives of Kuschta, her mate Mion, and her pups Willow, Wisp and Lutran, he. DESCRIPTION This children's book narrates the tale of Potter the Otter, who loves to drink water. Potter teaches his friends the importance of drinking water to stay healthy and hydrated.

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The Otters' Tale Author: Simon Cooper Product Details: ISBN: Format: Paperback / softback Pages: Dims (mm): x Pub Date:. Shortlisted for THE Pdf PRIZE 'The best popular account of the lives of otters written so far' Richard Shelton, Times Literary Supplement When Simon Cooper bought an abandoned water mill that straddles a small chalkstream in southern England, little did he know that he would come to shar.A gorgeous, gorgeous book.

It's also filled with colour photographs of life at Camusfearna. This is the rewrite version intended for children, in which Maxwell removed some of the more static, descriptive chapters of the original, concentrating instead on the otter's lives and incidents.5/5(5).Buy a cheap copy of The Otter's Tale book.

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