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Will Margaret ever realize that there's more to life than being mean? Margaret is a mean, cranky human toddler from a family of nine. She is such a pain that her beleaguered parents chuck her out, and she's on her own, grousing and grumping until two loving but dissimilar woodchucks, Phoebe and Fred, they take Margaret in as their own. But despite their love, Margaret continues to wreak havoc with her loud, descructive ways, ruining the burrow and shrieking nonstop. Soon the woodchucks are as beleaguered as Margaret's human parents were, but because love is inexplicable, they love their wretched Margaret none-the-less, and are determined to make it work. So they enlist help and with the guidance of a snake, bats, and a skunk, their feral little human might just be tamed. A brilliant, funny, irreverent story about nontraditional families, adoption, love, and a little peace and quiet.Show more
Bagley isn't your typical trouble-making weasel -- and he doesn't mind if his less weasel-like ways prompt teasing from his friends. For while other young weasels dance under the pines, Bagley thinks about Bridget, the mesmerizing fish who also doesn't quite act as fishy as most of her acquatic brethren, who lives in a pond down the brook from his den. As the two unlikely friends grow closer, Bagley realizes that there is big trouble in Bridget's future. Only a true hero can save Bridget from the gruesome death that awaits her and this is exactly what Bagley, much to his own surprise, proves himself to be. A tour de force from the inimitable Tor Seidler.Show more
Wolves. Predators of the wild. Stalkers of the forests. Born into a ranking, expected to live up to that. Blue Boy, the alpha male of his pack, is the largest wolf many have ever seen, and his dream is to have a firstborn son who will take after him in every way. But when his firstborn son Lamar arrives, he is not what his father hoped for. He likes to watch butterflies. He worries if his younger siblings fall behind in the hunt. He has little interest in peacocking in front of other clans. His father grows increasingly dismayed at Lamar's lack of wolf instincts, and then goes round the bend when he realizes that Lamar is attracted to...a coyote. While the other infractions can be begrudgingly tolerated, this one cannot, and all familial ties begin to fall apart. But if Lamar does what is expected of him, he will lose him the only true friend he's ever had. A story full of bite and beauty that makes one think of White Fang, then Ferdinand, that cuts to the heart of what's most important: Being true to yourself, and being true to others.Show more