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There was a chirpy noise, and a small striped Chipmunk appeared with a night light, and hoped he felt better?
THE Chipmunk explained that it had rained nuts through the top of the tree --"Besides, I found a few buried
Once when Goody emptied an extra big bagful, there was a decided squeak; and next time Goody brought another bagful, a little striped Chipmunk scrambled out in a hurry.
Yes, I could," said the Chipmunk, "but my husband, Chippy Hackee, bites
AND whenever that little bird sees the Chipmunks, he sings--"Who's-been- digging-up MY-nuts?
He listened greedily to the quail calling, and laughed outright, once, in sheer joy, at a tiny chipmunk that fled scolding up a bank, slipping on the crumbly surface and falling down, then dashing across the road under his horse's nose and, still scolding, scrabbling up a protecting oak.
For my part, I'm a savage beast, and have an appetite for all sorts of poor little living creatures, from a chipmunk to fat babies.
All of which puzzled Pollyanna very much--until a chipmunk, running across the road, drove the whole matter from her mind.
He could take a ptarmigan from its nest, kill a rabbit as it slept, and snap in mid air the little chipmunks fleeing a second too late for the trees.
Chippy Chipmunk: Babies in the Garden" is a child's photo-essay about a mother and father chipmunk and their four baby chipmunks, born in springtime.
The 65-year-old from Burnhope, County Durham, has joined up with rapper Chipmunk to produce what is believed to be the UK's first Keitai novel, a concise literary form pioneered in Japan.
Munking History: 50 Years Of Chipmunk Mischief, Mayhem And Music featurette.