Hurry, Skurry, and Flurry book.
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Buff Mary & Conrad. Published by The Viking Press, 1954. Two blue fountain pen ink marks on the front board. One is 2-1/2" x 3/8", the other about 3/4" irregular. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From Indian Hills Books (Blountville, TN, . Pages are not tanned or foxed.
In free verse, this story of three squirrels has touches of beauty and realism that bring a poignancy to it. In babyhood in the spring, Hurry, Skurry and Flurry begin to sense the world around them, to grow and play until Flurry is taken. In babyhood in the spring, Hurry, Skurry and Flurry begin to sense the world around them, to grow and play until Flurry is taken by a hawk. In free verse, this story of three squirrels has touches of beauty and realism that bring a poignancy to it.
Hurry-scurry definition is - a confused rush : turmoil. First Known Use of hurry-scurry. 1754, in the meaning defined above. History and Etymology for hurry-scurry. reduplication of hurry entry 2. Keep scrolling for more. Learn More about hurry-scurry.
Buff, Mary, 1890-1970; Buff, Conrad, 1886-1975. A story of forest life throught four se4asons with three baby squirrels, Hurry, Skurry, and Flurry, written in simple rhythmical sentences. urn:acs6:ff:pdf:b97-9dba7d867906 urn:acs6:ff:epub:f1a-945c0cc3e8cc urn:oclc:record:1035602388. ark:/13960/t9k36m54g.
by mary and conrad buff (Author), Conrad Buff (Illustrator).
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Used availability for Conrad Buff's Hurry, Skurry. September 1954 : USA Hardback.
Mary Buff (April 10, 1890 – 1970) and Conrad Buff II (August 31, 1886 – March 11, 1975) were married creators of illustrated children's books. Between 1937 and 1968, they collaborated on both text and illustrations to produce 14 books; four times they were a runner-up for the Caldecott Medal or Newbery Medal. They had a profound impact on children's literature in the middle of the 20th century.
Hah-nee of the cliff dwellers.