The Tale of Sandy Chipmunk

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(4.7 stars; 10 reviews)

Arthur Scott Bailey, a native of the state of Vermont, wrote over forty children's books using a variety of animals, birds and even insects to entertain. The Tale of Sandy Chipmunk is one of 16 stories of his Tuck-Me-In Tales series. - Summary by Larry Wilson (1 hr 25 min)


Sandy's Name 5:56 Read by Larry Wilson
Something in the Sky 5:08 Read by Jenn Broda
The Broken Egg 5:45 Read by Jenn Broda
Building a House 4:09 Read by EJWiley
Mrs. Chipmunk Is Glad 4:19 Read by EJWiley
Samples of Wheat 5:09 Read by EJWiley
Uncle Sammy's Store 3:57 Read by EJWiley
The Basket of Corn 3:21 Read by Josh Kibbey
Working for Mr. Crow 3:39 Read by Josh Kibbey
Mr. Crow Scolds Sandy 4:01 Read by Josh Kibbey
The Mail-Box 5:50 Read by Ellies
Sandy Gets a Letter 4:20 Read by Ellies
A Ride to the Miller's 4:02 Read by Ellies
A Lucky Accident 4:10 Read by Nan Dodge
The Rowdy of the Woods 3:36 Read by Nan Dodge
Rowdy Runs Away 4:21 Read by Nan Dodge
Corn-Planting Time 5:24 Read by Nan Dodge
Sandy Likes Milk 3:36 Read by Nan Dodge
What the Old Crow Did 4:22 Read by Nan Dodge


Rebekah A Leevey

(2.5 stars)

The tale of Sandy chipmunk has good reading and is a very well written it is a good story to read in the night


(5 stars)

As it was short and good I had to give it five stars 🌟 readers could have been better but it was not that bad.

review of a 7 year old

(4.5 stars)