A Tale from Paleface Creek Paperback

by Robert F Morneau;

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A Tale from Paleface Creek

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This gentle story about a workaholic beaver will charm kids while capturing adults with its humorous but wise lesson for all ages. Barry Beaver has almost literally one word in his vocabulary: work., He works seven days a week, straight through the Sabbath. He's convinced that he is doing his best to provide the good life for his wife, Beulah Beaver, and their eight handsome beaver children. As he toils, he mutters a string of work-related aphorisms like "When a job is once begun, never leave until it's done". Work is the only thing he understands. Nudged by the other animals, Barry at last comes to see all that he's been missing. He's resistant at first ("Too many words in a beaver's head: a dangerous thing, a thing to dread"). His wife, Beulah Beaver, nudges as well, telling him that though he may work hard out of love, having no time to show that love is not good. Finally Barry learns a new word; enough -- as in Enough is enough!

A Tale from Paleface Creek by Robert F Morneau was published by Paulist Press International,U.S. in January 2000. The ISBN for A Tale from Paleface Creek is 9780809166787.

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Details for A Tale from Paleface Creek

Page last updated 16th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPaulist Press International,U.S. (January 2000)
Number of Pages32
Thickness10 mm
Height238 mm
Width185 mm
Product Code1160691
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