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Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Peggy - Goodreads

Sweet story, beautiful illustrations. Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

I thought this book taught a great life lesson both for humans and for wild animals. The etching illustrations are wonderful as well. Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Jeanette - Goodreads

Earl the Squirrel must learn to gather acorns on his own to prove to his mother that he is not spoiled. With the help of a red scarf, an owl and a bull he embarks on an all-night search to find an ... Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Robyn Jones - Goodreads

In this squirrel coming of age story Earl's mom tells him it's time to venture out and find his own acorn. At the same time his human friend gives him an acorn and a nut cracker (and later a red scarf ... Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

Earl rocks! Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Karen Arendt - Goodreads

A clever squirrel needs to find acorns without his friend, Jill (a human), giving them to him. Simple illustrations done in black and white except for the red scarf Earl uses to collect acorns. Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Green Bean - Goodreads

Earl the Squirrel is a lesser known picture book from Don Freeman (author of Corduroy) so it was wonderful "discovering" it on our shelves! It may just be the BEST book we have in the store not just ... Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Kelsey Yates - Goodreads

I loved how polite Earl was. It is a cute, simple story, but my four year old still doesn't understand why red makes bulls angry. I had a hard time explaining that it isn't really true. Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Kathryn Joyce - Goodreads

Earl is learning what it means to be spoiled. I would use this book in my classroom to build community. It would also be a nice book for parents to use if they are encountering problems similar at home. Read full review

Review: Earl the Squirrel

User Review  - Amy Strickland - Goodreads

Beautiful art and a decent story, but I wouldn't say that the text achieves any magical quality like a great children's book can. There's a reason Freeman is famous for Corduroy. Earl doesn't quite have it. Read full review


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