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School of the Woods

William J. Long

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This is the third book in the Wood Folk series by William J. Long, where he masterfully recreates animal life studies he observed while in the woods. He writes of the secrets of animals and birds while using their lovely, Milicete Indian names, such as Meeko and Mooween

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Community Reviews

History first. This is a book which has been in my ‘family history’ pile for a long time. I carelessly had it in my mind that it was my mother’s book. She was born in Chester, Nova Scotia in 1918, and it seemed obvious it would have been hers, set, as it is, just across the border with the USA in, I

There are some gory details to gloss over when reading to children and one very sad one (the author is living in a very different context from mine). The book is a very special glimpse into the lives of wild animals.

I was unaware until reading this book that a worldwide debate at the time was that

Thankful for the vividness of narration, words that animate the woods we visit, & for the nurturing wisdom of Chapter 1.
"To the wild creature obedience is everything. It is the deep, unconscious tribute of ignorance to wisdom, of weakness to power. All the wilderness mothers, from partridge to pant