Squirrel and John Muir

By Emily Arnold McCully
Publisher Farrar Straus Giroux Imprint Farrar, Straus and Giroux ISBN


Squirrel and John Muir

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Six-year-old Floy "Squirrel" Hutchings has spent her entire life in the Yosemite Valley. Her father writes magazine articles to attract visitors to his tours, but Floy tries to frighten them away: "Do snakes scare you? They don’t scare me. . . . What about the bears?" When John Muir arrives in 1868 looking for work, Floy’s chatter doesn’t bother him. Curious, Floy follows Muir as he asks a river rock how it feels and listens to snowflakes fall. Author’s note. bibliography. Full-color art.
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