| Among the Pond People|
|by Clara Dillingham Pierson|
|Presents the adventures of Mother Eel, the Playful Muskrat, the Snappy Snapping Turtle, and the other Pond People. These stories are full of humor, yet cleverly convey information about the frogs, minnows, and other pond residents and often suggest a moral in a delicate manner which no child could resist. Ages 5-7 |
About This Text
This text was prepared by Susan Van Cleave, using
as copytext, Among the Pond People, by
Clara Dillingham Pierson, and illustrated by
F. C. Gordon, New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1901.
Since this book was first published before 1923, it is in the public domain
in the United States. By
U.S. law, it entered the public domain 75 years after
its first publication.
Numerous black and white illustrations, by Frederick Charles Gordon,
are included in the text.
Customize Your Preferences
you can control the
way the display is formatted and the contents that are included in each section.
For all books you can control whether banners and footers are displayed and
where navigation is placed.
For this book you can also control the display of page numbers,
images, editor's notes, and contractions.
Hundreds of additional titles available for
online reading when you join Gateway to the Classics