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The Tale of Fatty Coon

Arthur Scott Bailey

Book Overview: 

This series of Tuck Me In Tales and Slumber Town Tales of animal stories for children from three to eight years, tells of the adventures of the creatures of Pleasant Valley in an amusing way, which delights small two-footed human beings. This books focuses on Fatty Coon, the butter loving, swamp living animal.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Yes—when the squirrels were in bed at night, up in their nests in the trees, they could see very little. And you couldn't say they were SAFE in bed, because they never knew when Fatty Coon, or his mother, or his brother, or one of his sisters, or some cousin of his, might come along and catch them before they knew it.

Fatty thought it great sport to hunt squirrels at night. Whenever he tried it he usually managed to get a good meal. And after he had almost forgotten about the fright the goshawk had given him in the tall hemlock he began to roam through the tree-tops every night in search of squirrels and sleeping birds.

But a night came at last when Fatty was well punished for hunting squirrels. He had climbed half-way to the top of a big chestnut tree, when he spied a hole in the trunk. He rather thought that some squirrels lived inside that hole. And as he listened for a few seconds he could hear something moving about i. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Fatty Coon is a curious little raccoon with a massive appetite for anything he can get his jaws around. He has a penchant for bother Farmer Green and learns very little from the lessons he come by along the way.

Mr. Bailey was rather good at making these critters come alive and this is only one of m

Copyright 1916 from the library of Lloyd Johnson. Fatty personifies gluttony-a good role model...more