(Rutherford George Montgomery)
(1894 - 1985)
Rutherford George Montgomery (April 12, 1894 – July 3, 1985) was an American writer of children’s books. Beside his own name he used several pseudonyms: A. A. Avery, and Al Avery, and Art Elder, and E. P. Marshall, and Everitt Proctor.
McGonnigle’s Lake (1953)
When Mike McGonnigle decides to settle down after a life time of prospecting, he thinks a lake will be the perfect home for his collection of two burros, a badger, a family of beavers, a whistle pig and a king snake. But complications soon arise.