Among the Night People
Stories of animals of the night for young children, relating the activities of raccoons, skunks, moths, foxes, fireflies, and weasels. Since we can't understand animal language, the author depicts the animals talking to each other in English, but she does it so skillfully that you can imagine that they are using their own ways of communicating through voice and gesture.
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afraid answered awakened beautiful beechnuts began Big Brother Black Spanish Chickens Black Spanish Hen Black-tailed Skunk Brown Kitten burrow cat-tail Chipmunk cocoon Collie couldn’t crawled cried dark Deer Mouse didn’t eggs eyes farmer’s wife father feelers feet flew forest Ground Hog growing Hawk-Moth head heard hole Horned Owl Humming-Bird hungry hunt knew Larger Firefly larvŠ leaf leaves legs Little Brother lived looked marsh Mice Miss Polyphemus Mosquito Moth Mother Raccoon moulting never night old forest road Oldest Brother once Ovenbird Ovenbird’s nest party paws Polyphemus Caterpillar potato-crate Promethea Red Fox Red Squirrel remember sisters skin sleep Smaller Firefly Sometimes Speckled Hen Spotted Cut-Worm Spotted Skunk stay stopped sure tail talked tell things thought tiny tired told Tomato Worms tree walked wanted Weasels Wigglers wings winter yellow spots young Muskrats young Raccoons