Circle Of Thanks by Susi Gregg Fowler

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An Alaskan boy and his mother walk through the slushy tundra. When a baby otter pup slides into the icy river, the boy's mother rushes in to rescue her. This selfless act prompts a chain reaction of rescues from other animals, including Raven, Mother Caribou, and Arctic Fox. Full color.

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Peter Catalanotto was born in March 1959 in Brooklyn, NY, and grew up in East Northport, Long Island. Catalanotto was educated at the Pratt Institute; his career as an illustrator began in the 1980s, painting jackets for young adult books and illustrating for newspapers and magazines. In 1987 he was asked to illustrate All I See by Cynthia Rylant. Peter then went on to write several picture books, the first being Dylan's Day Out, published in 1989. He has since published over 40 books, 14 of which he also wrote, including Matthew A. B. C., Emily's Art, Ivan the Terrier, and Question Boy Meets Little Miss Know-it-All.
Published October 1, 1998 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.

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When a boy and his mother rescue an otter pup from icy water, the otter later performs a good deed for an injured raven, starting a chain of kind acts.

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Thus, a chain of kind acts is set in motion, from animal to animal, throughout each season of the year.

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