Wainscott weasle Essay

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wainscott weasle

The Wainscott Weasel
Seidler, Tor
Harper Collins publishers1993

This book is about a weasel named Bagley Brown Jr. He is a weasel and I noticed that the
weasels color is the same as the last name. He is brown and he has a patch on his eye. He
lives in the Wainscott Woods. His father is a legend because he made the Double B. The
Double B is a quarter mile long tunnel that leads to a chicken farm. It feeds all the
weasels in the Wainscott woods. Everybody treats him special and he hates it. All the
weasels love to dance and at the spring cotillion a new girl came to the woods. Her name
is Wendy Blackish and she is pretty high class. The whitebelly brothers were there too.
The oldest, Zeke likes Wendy.

They danced and she invited him to a tea dance. She went and got it and then on the way
she met Bagley Brown Jr. She was sweating from dancing and asked to go to swim. they swam
and then she gave him the invitation instead. After she left Bagley saw a striped fish and
fell in love. Zeke found out and him and Bagley got in a fight. Bagley just gave him the
invitation because of the striped fish.

The next day Bagley went to the pond and he saw the fish and they talked about bagleys
patch. he got it when he was watching his dad make the tunnel. a owl came and got his dad
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