4 edition of Prairie dog town found in the catalog.
Prairie dog town
Unable to find enough food in the community where he has grown up, Prairie Dog crosses the prairie to an area with more vegetation and digs a burrow of his own.
|Statement||by Bettye Rogers ; illustrated by Deborah Howland.|
|Series||Smithsonian wild heritage collection|
|Contributions||Howland, Deborah, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.R626 Pr 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||93013357|
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A prairie dog town may contain 15–26 family groups. There may also be subgroups within a town, called "wards", which are separated by a physical barrier. Family groups exist within these wards. Most prairie dog family groups are made up of one adult breeding male, two to three adult females and one to two male offspring and one to two female Class: Mammalia. Prairie-Dog Town by L. Frank Baum; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Prairie dogs, Fiction.
Flick, a curious young prairie dog, learns about the pleasures and dangers of life outside his family's underground home, as well as the importance of obeying his : Oke, Janette. At the recently renovated Prairie Dog Town attraction, you can watch these comedic creatures play and burrow about in and out of their intricate tunnels and listen to their unique bark all day long. Prairie Dog Town is located within Mackenzie Park and is one of the top five most visited attractions in Lubbock, highly recommended for the family.
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Prairie Dog Town by Janette Oke is a well written piece of literature. The characters were so life-like. I felt like I was part of the prairie dog family as they grew and learned the ways of life on the prairie/5(5).
Great little story book that teaches about the prairie dog town while it tells the stories of a little Prairie dog named Flick. Through the story, Janette Oke finds a non-obtrusive way of pointing out that ones decisions will have various consequences/5.
Prairie Dog Town is the second novel of the Shiloh Trilogy. The first, Until Shiloh Comes, has Prairie dog town book awarded several honors, including Winner of the National Indie Excellence Award for Historical Fiction and the Independent Publisher Bronze Medal for Best Adult Fiction E-Book.5/5(4).
Prairie Dog Town/a Pop-Up Book (One Very Small Square) Hardcover – March 1, by Donald M. Silver (Author)5/5(1). This book began during breakfast with friends Susan Elmore, John Murphy, Sarah Sortum, Debra Hann, Tom Mangelsen, and Jane Goodall after watching greater prairie chickens on Bruce and Sue Ann Switzer's ranch.
"You should write a children's book about the plight of prairie dogs called What's Going Down in Prairie Dog Town?" Susan told me.5/5(5). PRAIRIE-DOG TOWN With illustrations by Maginel Wright Enright CHICAGO The Reilly & Britton Co.
Publishers. List of Chapters PAGE I The Picnic 5 II Prairie-Dog Town 13 III Mr. Bowko, the Mayor 18 IV Presto Digi, the Magician 26 V The Home of the Puff-Pudgys 34 VI Teenty and Weenty /5(16).
A prairie dog town is laid out skillfully and carefully, with an eye to safety and comfort. Mostly underground, its tunnels and rooms are amazing to explore. In this engaging book by Margaret T. Raymond and Carl O. Mohr we have a chance to see prairie dogs going about their business with their curious neighbors, including jackrabbits, owls, ferrets, and antelope.5/5(1).
Prairie dog town. [Janette Oke] -- Curious little Flick learns many valuable lessons, especially about telling the truth, as he discovers all the excitement and dangers for a youngster growing up in Prairie Dog Town. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Prairie dog town. [Janette Oke; Nancy Munger] -- Flick, a curious young prairie dog, learns about the pleasures and dangers of life outside his family's underground home, as well as the importance of obeying his parents.
Prairie Dog Town is the second novel of the Shiloh Trilogy. The first, Until Shiloh Comes, has been awarded several honors, including Winner of the National Indie Excellence Award for Historical Fiction and the Independent Publisher Bronze Medal for Best Adult Fiction : CreateSpace Publishing.
Get this from a library. Prairie dog town. [Bettye Rogers; Deborah Howland] -- Unable to find enough food in the community where he has grown up, Prairie Dog crosses the prairie to an area with more vegetation and digs a burrow of his own.
Prairie Dog Town, Oakley: Address, Phone Number, Prairie Dog Town Reviews: / TripAdvisor reviews. "Prairie-Dog Town" is a short story by L. Frank Baum, one of The Twinkle Tales first published in Summary The people of Edgeley, North Dakota hold a picnic in the bed of a little river, under a bridge (the only shade available in the treeless landscape).
Twinkle and Chubbins wander off on their own, and come upon a prairie-dog community among the low hills. They are surprised to hear the. Prairie Dog Town by Janette Oke is a well written piece of literature.
The characters were so life-like. I felt like I was part of the prairie dog family as they grew and learned the ways of 5/5(1). Looking for exceptional deals on Prairie Dog Town, Lubbock vacation packages. Save up to $^ when you bundle your flight & hotel.
Book your escape today. Fun place to take the kids or grandkids and it's free. These little critters are plentiful at Prairie Dog Town in Mackenzie Park which is conveniently located just east of I in the north Lubbock area. They seem to be more active in the mornings and early evenings.4/5().
Prairie Dog Town: This wonderful wartime story set in a fascinating era is equal parts action and romance. The South is torn by the Civil War in "Prairie Dog Town", a story punctuated by shells blasting and the continual threat of Union invasion.4/5.
For more serious students, Jack Scott and Ozzie Sweet's Little Dogs of the Prairie (Putnam, ; o.p.) and David Costello's The World of the Prairie Dog (HarperCollins, ; o.p.) are the most complete. Dorothy Beers's Prairie Dog (Macmillan, ), for an older audience, is by far the best, most complete title on the : Bettye Rogers.
Get this from a library. Prairie dog town. [Rae Oetting; Marilue] -- After Junior Prairie Dog almost eats some poison seeds the family moves to the grounds of a national monument where they will be protected. Prairie Dog Town/Maury Had a Little Lamb/Trouble in a Fur Coat book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Experience the excitement a /5(10).Prairie dogs are very social and live in groups called "prairie dog towns." One of these towns can cover as much as 1, acres of prairie land in the Panhandle.
The town consists of a series of connected underground burrows. The town is subdivided into "wards" and the wards are further subdivided.Roberts Prairie Dog Town, Badlands National Park: Address, Phone Number, Roberts Prairie Dog Town Reviews: //5().