Frisky Squirrel leaps from branch to branch, looking for adventure anywhere he can find it. His appetite for action amid his neighborhood of fields, meadows, and forests leads him into some narrow escapes. Frisky's encounters with Mr. Hawk, Jimmy Rabbit, Farmer Green's cat, and other woodland denizens teach him valuable lessons about honesty, bravery, and other virtues.
The second in Arthur Scott Bailey's Sleepy-Time Tales series, this volume features brief chapters that are perfect for bedtime reading. Black-and-white illustrations by Harry L. Smith add old-fashioned charm to the tales of Frisky's escapades.
Reprint of the Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1915 edition.
- Age Recommendation: 4-8
- Page Count: 80 Pages
- Dimensions: 5 3/16 x 8 1/4