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Clem, the Story of a Raven

Jennifer Dewey

Clem, the Story of a Raven

by Jennifer Dewey

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Published by Dodd Mead .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7469268M
ISBN 100396087280
ISBN 109780396087281
OCLC/WorldCa12810113

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Clem, the Story of a Raven by Jennifer Dewey Download PDF EPUB FB2

When a small, cold, wet, and ugly black raven is adopted by the Dewey clan it takes on the name Clem. During its first year Clem develops relationships with some of the other creatures in the Dewey household.

This book is a winner of the Outstanding Science Book for Children, but appeals to any adult interested in birds/5(5). First published inDewey's straightforwa. When Jennifer Owings Dewey and her husband adopted the Clem raven they named Clem, he was six inches long, cold, wet, and ugly.

They made him a nest in a cardboard box lined with soft fabric, fed him twelve times a day, and fell in love with him. Eventually he learned to eat chocolate ice cream, which he demanded every day/5. Clem: the story of a raven. [Jennifer Dewey] -- The author describes her family's experiences raising and caring for a raven from babyhood to adulthood when he returns to the wild.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Get this from a library. Clem: the story of a raven. [Jennifer Dewey] -- The author describes her family's experiences raising and caring for a raven from babyhood to adulthood when he returns to.

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The raven. out of 5 stars Clem, the Story of a Raven Reviewed in the United States on Octo If you love true stories about wild animals, you'll love this book.

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The story of Clem began in when she and her first husband, Keith Monroe, worked together to build a house, start a family, and care for an owl and a raven. This part of her life.