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The Terrible Hodag and the Animal Catchers.

The Terrible Hodag And The Animal Catchers

Caroline Arnold

Boyds Mills Press

815 Church St., Honesdale PA 18431

159078166X $15.95

John Sandford's black and white woodcuts lend drama and action to the story of a scary Hodag--but appearances aren't everything, as lumberjack Olee will tell you: the Hodag is friend to all lumberjacks and a good beast really--and having done many good turns, it's now time for his lumberjack friends to help him! Caroline Arnold bases her story on those she heard as a child and captures the feel of her past in an adventure story perfect for reading aloud day or night.
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Date:May 1, 2006
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