Policemen Bluejay (1907)
Scholars' Facsimilies & Reprints, 1981 - Juvenile Fiction - 115 pages
Two children, transformed into skylarks, observe as Policeman Bluejay enforces the laws of the birds in an orderly forest world threatened only by the wanton destructiveness of man.
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