4 edition of Willy three-feet and other animal stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James V. Williams ; illustrations by Roland Rodegast|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||70103793|
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Willy three-feet and other animal stories by Williams, James V. Publication date Topics Animals, Short stories Publisher Middletown, Conn.: Xerox Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive : Lot of Four (4) vintage Animal & Dog themed books Vintage MARK TRAIL'S 2nd BOOK OF ANIMALS + WILLY THREE-FEET Animal Stories Clean, scuffs to covers, some edge Rating: % positive.
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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at A true life Water for Elephants, Queen of the Air brings the circus world to life through the gorgeously written, true story of renowned trapeze artist and circus performer Leitzel, Queen of the Air, the most famous woman in the world at the turn of the 20th century, and her star-crossed love affair with Alfredo Codona, of the famous Flying Codona : Crown Publishing Group.
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At the time, Willy was a young man in his early 30s. He was riding on his horse along one of the many natural springs in the area and stopped to roll himself a cigarette and rest a while.
As he stood by the water, he heard a strange "scraping sound," and curious that it may be an animal he crept to the grass along this small stream.
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Out in the deeper water of the cove, Niki, Willy's mate, Little Spot, Willy's brother, and three other younger orca, two males and a female, which were Willy and Niki's offspring, circled within the cove.
Ocasionally spyhopping to see the humans that came as well as watching over Willy who now was beached in three feet of water. Queen of the Air was well written and gave you a great deal of understanding as to how the circus live was lived.
A great sense of community unity and hard work, was the only way for a circus to survive the rigorous life style of creating a fantasy, in each new town day after day/5().
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On the other hand, there was no keen intimacy between the dog and the man. The one was the toil-slave of the other, and the only caresses it had ever received were the caresses of the whip-lash and of harsh and menacing throat-sounds that threatened the whip-lash.
So the dog made no effort to communicate its apprehension to the man.4/4(9). An ordinary wolf's forefoot is 4 1/2 inches long, that of a large wolf 4 3/4 inches, but Lobo's, as measured a number of times, was 5 1/2 inches from claw to heel; I afterward found that his other proportions were commensurate, for he stood three feet high at the shoulder, and weighed pounds.
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