Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi All Bartleby has known is the life of a pet But when the boys who live with him watch a program on TV about turtles from the Mississippi River Bartleby sees one with red ear bands just like his and i

  • Title: Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi
  • Author: Phyllis Shalant
  • ISBN: 9780525460336
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • All Bartleby has known is the life of a pet But when the boys who live with him watch a program on TV about turtles from the Mississippi River, Bartleby sees one with red ear bands just like his and is excited to think a great river may be his true home Then the youngest boy accidentally leaves Bartleby at a nearby pond, and Bartleby must learn to hunt, make friends, andAll Bartleby has known is the life of a pet But when the boys who live with him watch a program on TV about turtles from the Mississippi River, Bartleby sees one with red ear bands just like his and is excited to think a great river may be his true home Then the youngest boy accidentally leaves Bartleby at a nearby pond, and Bartleby must learn to hunt, make friends, and outsmart dangerous foes But there is another discarded pet in the pond, a fierce alligator who hails from the Mississippi and wants to find his way back there Can a small turtle hold his own with a gruff and growing alligator on a trip to the mighty river

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    1. SUMMARY: Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi by Phyllis Shalant (2000) -- Bartleby is a pet turtle that is abandoned by his boy in the pond at the edge of the wood behind the house. When his boy does not return, Bartleby must learn to catch his own food, make friends with the other creatures that live in the pond, and to avoid the dangers of the Claw, the Paw, and the Jaw. However, there is a new danger in the pond, an alligator, named Seezer, from the Mighty Mississippi, who has agreed not to ea [...]

    2. One of my eight year old's first by-himself chapter books. Great story with great characters. I'd give it a five star rating except that some of the words required defining to the point that he had to stop reading.

    3. I had a pet red-eared slider when I was a kid. His name was Fred. He would have loved Bartleby's adventures! And so will you.

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