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Miss Martha's Vineyard:
Tales from Waverly Manor and the
orphaned animals who live there.
 
     
Author Martha Dee Wilford  
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.  
Description 64 pages; 5 12 x 8 1/2; softcover; $9.95  
ISBN 0-9761033-0-3
Availability
2004
 
Order from
Sheryl Leitner, Author
911 Oak Street,
Chattanooga, TN 37403 423-580-1043.
     

Miss Martha is a state licensed rehabilitator of orphaned and injured wildlife. Wildlife rehabilitation is the process of rescuing, raising, or arranging for veterinary care of orphaned, sick, displaced or injured wild animals. A rehabilitator’s goal is to release the animals back to their natural habitat with the ability to function once again as wild animals. Wildlife rehabilitation is an ongoing life experience.

When you purchase Miss Martha’s Vineyard, you are contributing to the care of orphaned and injured animals and wildlife.

Library of Congress Control number 2004115121

"Miss Martha’s Vineyard really left me with a peaceful, all’s-right-with-the world feeling. I enjoyed being in the company of Master Marc and Miss Martha, and I might even try a few of the recipes." Betsy Byars, Children’s author and winner of both the American Book Award and the Newbery Medal

"Miss Martha’s experience as a wildlife rehabilitator, as well as her work with captive wildlife, give her stories a unique perspective that everyone should appreciate." Debbie Lipsey, Director Wildlife Rehabilitation, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Institute of Wildlife Rehabilitation

"The stories in Miss Martha’s Vineyard will bring back fond memories of the important animals in any reader’s life."
Virginia Paul, Historian and educator in the public schools for over 30 years

   
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