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by Joseph E. Chipperfield
- ISBN: 0091029309
- Category: Сhildren's books
- Author: Joseph E. Chipperfield
- Other formats: rtf lit mbr mobi
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hutchinson and Co. Limited.; First Edition edition (1970)
- Pages: 184 pages
- FB2 size: 1585 kb
- EPUB size: 1131 kb
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Storm, an Alsatian of proud ancestry, longs to return . He learns with Storm of the relentless battle of the woods, the fight for self-preservation.
Storm, an Alsatian of proud ancestry, longs to return to the wild life of his forebears, to leave the kennels of which he is the pride. The story is all his- as it shows his deep feeling of kinship with the wild life of the woods, particularly with the blind fox with which he mates, and through whom he meets the one man he can call master.
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Show Summary Details. Joseph E. Chipperfield. His first novel, Storm of Dancerwood (1948, 1967), set. 1912–1976), British author whose love of the country and wildlife was fostered by a childhood spent on a farm in Cornwall. From: Chipperfield, Joseph E. in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Children's Literature . Subjects: Literature. Related content in Oxford Reference. Chipperfield, Joseph E. in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Children's Literature Length: 158 words.
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When the fierce storm at sea off Yarmouth dismasts a merchant ship from the south, Ham attempts to rescue the crew, but is drowned by the ferocity of the waves before he can reach anyone. News of his death, a day before the emigration, is withheld from his family to enable them to emigrate without hesitation or remorse.
THE life of a golden eagle from fledgling days on the Island of Skye to full maturity is sketched in this book. Greeka's hunting, mating, capture, ultimate escape and triumphant return home are filled with interesting and little-known bird lore. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement. Go to Home Page . news.