Frederick

Frederick

Book - 1967
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Frederick, a tiny field mouse, lazily dreams the summer away while his friends gather corn and nuts for the coming winter. When the cold arrives, however, and supplies begin to run short, it is Frederick who cheers he friends and proves that he is a poet, not just a dreamer.
Publisher: [New York] : Pantheon, [1967]
ISBN: 9780394910406
0394910400
9780394826141
0394826140
9780394810409
0394810406
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged.) : col. ill. ; cm

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JuanAntonioSamaraj
Aug 14, 2018

Ridiculous story that I thoroughly disapprove of. In a survival situation, some can just sit around and make art, and then when everyone is starving, that art will lift everyones spirits. Entertainment and art have their place, but it's still important for everyone to pull their weight.

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esterka22
Oct 21, 2017

boring!!!!!! and cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

vpl_childrens Dec 15, 2015

When the mice’s food supplies dwindle away during winter, everything becomes a memory. Frederick uses his endless store of supplies – the sunrays, the colour, and the words – to warm the hearts of his fellow field mice and feed their spirits during the coldest, darkest days of winter.

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Rachel_Em
Jan 11, 2015

A family of field mice prepares for winter, working hard to gather food and supplies. When one mouse, Frederick, chooses to collect sun rays, colors, and words instead of food, his family is puzzled... until his supplies prove invaluable during the dark, cold winter.

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notthatjenn
Aug 25, 2014

My favorite book, then and now.

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