By Glen Keane
The Adventures of Adam Raccoon occur within the center of the Master’s wooden. Adam Raccoon, with his animal buddies, locate either threat and sweetness within the woods jam-packed with streams, waterfalls, and tall bushes. teenagers will simply relate to Adam who's playful, curious, a bit mischievous, and delicate hearted. each time Adam will get himself into hassle through going his personal method, King Aren involves the rescue.
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