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The Terrible Hodag and The Animal Catchers
Deep in the north woods of Wisconsin lives a creature like no other on earth. It stands forty feet tall. Its eyes glow like fire. It is a scary sight.It's the HODAG! Don't worry. The Hodag isn't as scary as he appears. Ask Olee Swensen, the lumberjack. He'll tell you that the Hodag is a friend to all the lumberjacks in the north woods. Once, the Hodag...
Deep in the north woods of Wisconsin lives a creature like no other on earth. It stands forty feet tall. Its eyes glow like fire. It is a scary sight.It's the HODAG! Don't worry. The Hodag isn't as scary as he appears. Ask Olee Swensen, the lumberjack. He'll tell you that the Hodag is a friend to all the lumberjacks in the north woods. Once, the Hodag helped them get rid of a bad boss. Now it's time for the lumberjacks to rescue the Hodag. Animal catchers have come to the woods to trap the creature and haul him away to the zoo. But Olee Swensen and his friends have plans for a trap of their own. Over a hundred years ago, lumberjacks sat around campfires and told tales of a fantastic creature called the Hodag. These tales have become a rich part of American folklore and are still told today. Drawing inspiration from stories she heard as a child, award-winning author Caroline Arnold has written an original Hodag tale that captures the fun and feel of the tales from long ago. With magnificent black-and-white illustration by John Sandford that evoke storybooks of the past, here is a story that's perfect for reading aloud, whether in school, at home, or sitting around the campfire.
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