Squirrel seeks chipmunk, a modest bestiary, David Sedaris ; illustrations by Ian Falconer
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  • Squirrel seeks chipmunk, a modest bestiary, David Sedaris ; illustrations by Ian Falconer
Main title
  • Squirrel seeks chipmunk
Sub title
  • a modest bestiary
Responsibility statement
  • David Sedaris ; illustrations by Ian Falconer
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • The author presents a collection of three animal-themed essays. In The Toad, the Turtle, and the Duck, a group of complete strangers bitterly discuss the order of things within the animal kingdom. In Hello Kitty, a miserable alcoholic cat attends AA. In The Squirrel and the Chipmunk, two lovers are torn apart by their quarreling families
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  • illustrations
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Literary form
  • fiction
OCLC Number
  • 548642157
Table of contents
  • The cat and the baboon -- The migrating warblers -- The squirrel and the chipmunk -- The toad, the turtle, and the duck -- The motherless bear -- The mouse and the snake -- The parenting storks -- The faithful setter -- The crow and the lamb -- The sick rat and the healthy rat -- The cow and the turkey -- The vigilant rabbit -- The judicious brown chicken -- The parrot and the potbellied pig -- Hello kitty -- The grieving owl
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