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Rolf in the Woods: The Adventures of a Boy Scout with Indian Quonab and Little Dog Skookum - cover

Rolf in the Woods: The Adventures of a Boy Scout with Indian Quonab and Little Dog Skookum

Ernest Thompson Seton

Publisher: Reading Essentials

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Rolf in the Woods follows a young boy on his journey to becoming a man, learning how to live in the wilderness, respecting animals and nature, and later using his outdoorsman skills to fight and survive in war.  

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