Posted by Teddyrose@1 on June 22, 2008
Posted in Animals • Biography • Books Read 2008 • Canada • Lyn Hancock |
A Zesty Story about a Spicy Animal
Almost 30 years ago Lyn Hancock was asked to be mother to a newborn raccoon. He was three weeks years old and she to bottle-feed and nurture this cute little being.
At the time, she was attending Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC Canada.
She has a tiny “no pets” apartment, but somehow she manages. As Tabasco grows, he goes with Lyn across the country on tour. He makes friends very easily, just about everyone falls in love with him.
When they return home, he is ready to explore his world. Lyn has a hard time letting go, but understands that he is wild and should be free. However, this is easier said then done. This is Lyn’s story of the year she spent as Tabasco’s “mother”.
This book is for 9-12 year olds, but I think any animal lover will enjoy it. I sure did! It was fun to see Tabasco grow up and see what he would get himself into (he got into a lot). Lyn made me fall in love with Tabasco.
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