I. Whitefoot Spends a Happy Winter II. Whitefoot Sees Queer Things III. Farmer Brown's Boy Becomes Acquainted IV. Whitefoot Grows Anxious V. The End of Whitefoot's Worries VI. A Very Careless Jump VII. Whitefoot Gives Up Hope VIII. The Rescue IX. Two Timid Persons Meet X. The White Watchers XI. Jumper Is in Doubt XII. Whitey the Owl Saves Jumper XIII. Whitefoot Decides Quickly XIV. Shadow's Return XV. Whitefoot's Dreadful Journey XVI. Whitefoot Climbs a Tree XVII. Whitefoot Finds a Hole Just in Time XVIII. An Unpleasant Surprise XIX. Whitefoot Finds a Home at Last XX. Whitefoot Makes Himself at Home XXI. Whitefoot Envies Timmy XXII. Timmy Proves To Be a True Neighbor XXIII. Whitefoot Spends a Dreadful Night XXIV. Whitefoot the Wood Mouse Is Unhappy XXV. Whitefoot Finds Out What the Matter Was XXVI. Love Fills the Heart of Whitefoot XXVII. Mr. and Mrs. Whitefoot XXVIII. Mrs. Whitefoot Decides on a Home XXIX. Making Over an Old House XXX. The Whitefoots Enjoy Their New Home XXXI. Whitefoot Is Hurt XXXII. The Surprise
Author and conservationist Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965) wrote thousands of animal stories for children, starting with the 1910 publication of Old Mother West Wind. Burgess's tales convey his fascination with wildlife and his concern for nature, teaching gentle lessons about ecology and respect for the environment.