There’s a mischievous little raccoon
roaming the prairie, looking for dinner.
Along the way he stirs things up with the birds,
squirrels and skunks! Then, deep in the forest,
he finds a treasure of sticky golden honey.
Sweet! Until the buzz... then the sting!
He panics and the night becomes a series
of hilarious surprises.

Discover the lessons our little furry friend learns
in this newly published edition of Charles and
Elaine Eastman’s classic American folktale,
The Raccoon and the Bee Tree, delightfully
illustrated by Black Hills artist Susan Turnbull.

To see some of the scenes in the book,
please click here.

For an interesting comparison of how two
illustrators 80 years apart have approached
this story, please click here.

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