Kildee House Author:Rutherford Montgomery When Jorome Kildee Built his little house against the giant redwood, he fancied himself a philosopher. He was going to be a hermit--a lazy recluse who didn't have to work or think. — Now here he was facing a crisis that needed immediate attention. At lest thats wha he would call the dozens of raccons and spotted skunks that were now living in and... more » under his home, coming and going as they saw fit. He loved his animal friends, but when the raccon and skunk children started bringing home spouses and having families of their own, he knew he had to do something. Could new friends Emma Lou and Donald help--if they could stop fueding long enough to think about the problem? Maybe Jerome can bring those two together so they will see that they can all be friends. And maybe they can find a way to solve the problem of his everexpanding zoo family.
Yes, Jerome Kildee had more worries than he'd ever had befor but he had to admit, he was a happy man.« less