CoolBeat Audiobook 033

The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver
by: Thornton W. Burgess

Read by: Rev. Dorothy Ann Jackson -- Time: 2 hours 27 minutes

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Good values are taught to us by the animals of the Green Forest. For Paddy the Beaver, an easy-going attitude coupled with hard-work and dedication to craftsmanship, lead to new forest friendships and a fine home.

[Children - talking animal story] Originally published 1917.

Edited by: Roland Mizell
Cover by: Frances Smith

The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver was the 15th title in "The Bedtime Story-Books" series.


  1. Paddy the Beaver Begins Work
  2. Paddy Plans a Pond
  3. Paddy Has Many Visitors
  4. Sammy Jay Speaks His Mind
  5. Paddy Keeps His Promise
  6. Farmer Brown's Boy Grows Curious
  7. Farmer Brown's Boy Gets Another Surprise
  8. Peter Rabbit Gets a Ducking
  9. Paddy Plans a House
  10. Paddy Starts His House
  11. Peter Rabbit and Jerry Muskrat Are Puzzled
  12. Jerry Muskrat Learns Something
  13. The Queer Storehouse
  14. A Footprint in the Mud
  15. Sammy Jay Makes Paddy a Call
  16. Old Man Coyote Is Very Crafty
  17. Old Man Coyote Is Disappointed
  18. Old Man Coyote Tries Another Plan
  19. Paddy and Sammy Jay Become Friends
  20. Sammy Jay Offers to Help Paddy
  21. Paddy and Sammy Jay Work Together
  22. Paddy Finishes His Harvest

About the author:

Thornton W. Burgess (born January 14th,1874, died June 5th,1965) was born and grew up in Sandwich, MA. He was a naturalist and internationally recognized writer of 172 popular childrens' books and more than and 15,000 stories for daily columns in newspapers; which taught lessons of conservation and love of wildlife. Thortons series include "The Bedtime Story-Books", and the releated "Green Meadow Series" and "Mother West Wind Series". A museum dedicated to Mr. Burgess and his famous characters is located in Sandwich Village, MA, beside historic Shawme Pond.


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ISBN 978-1-937880-33-0

Audience = Children 6-10
Fiction Subject = Talking Animal Story
(Animal stories)
DDC = 813 (Literature / American literature in English / Fiction)
BISAC = JUV002000 (JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / General)

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