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Although it ranks among the most popular and critically acclaimed of his fictional works, Frank L. Baum did not publish this delightful story for children under his own name--it's one of only a handful of works that were attributed to a pseudonym, Laura Bancroft. This tale follows the adventures of a kindhearted bird whose job it is to maintain peace and order in the forest.
"First published in 1907"--T.p verso.
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