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Eggie Rabbit By Janet Haneberg
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Eggie Rabbit is a colorfully illustrated tale of a fragile bunny who overcomes his sickly infancy only to face other challenges when he refuses to stay away from the forbidden Hard Place. Farmer... More > Hard has a carrot patch which Eggie finds irresistible. Farmer Hard also has a dog named Barkley who finds Eggie irresistible. As Eggie pursues a tasty carrot, Barkley pursues Eggie which leaves Eggie minus one ear and part of his tail. After Eggie receives emergency care through the assistance of a little girl named Rachel Bradley, he returns home to his family. Momma and Poppa waste no time in helping Eggie with his newly acquired handicap while Eggie's brother, Robbie, pokes fun at the artificial replacements: a carrot with its green, leafy top; a tulip's leaf painted white; and a cotton ball for a tail.< Less
The Purple Rabbit PDF By Jodee Patel
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A little girl named Rose, has a dream about a purple rabbit. Go on the adventure with her in search of the purple rabbit. This book is intended for children in grades K-2.
The Purple Rabbit Digital Edition By Jodee Patel
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A little girl named Rose, has a dream about a purple rabbit. Go on the adventure with her in search of the purple rabbit. This book is intended for children in grades K-2. 12 pages in length.
The Purple Rabbit Paperback By Jodee Patel
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A little girl named Rose, has a dream about a purple rabbit. Go on the adventure with her in search of the purple rabbit. This book is intended for children in grades K-2.
HENRY'S WEDDING By Johnny Two-Rabbits
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Boy meets girl and they get married in 1876 in Texas. They live happily ever after, but first there are Indians, murderers and rapists to contend with.
Looking Glass Girls - 2011 - Official Calendar By Looking Glass Girls
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Looking Glass Girls is proud to announce the launch of its OFFICIAL 2011 12-Month Calendar!!! This is the second year for Looking Glass Girls to release an official calendar. And we are happy to... More > bring you yet another series for another wonderous year! Please check out this full color, 12 month celebration of art and imagination and purchase your very own today! Feel free to check out more of my work at: www.lookingglassgirls.com< Less
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Shinny's Girls, the Trilogy By Mary Burns
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In the spirit of John Updike's Rabbit Angstrom novels, Shinny's Girls, the Trilogy reveals a social history of our times by presenting the life of what critics have called "an uncommon common... More > woman" and her family of three daughters over two decades, with each linked novel – Shinny's Girls, Flashing Yellow and You Again - covering a single year. Through the threat of an obscene caller in the first novel, to the unravelling of a long kept secret in the third, the girls gradually leave home in Vancouver for Milan, New York and a goat farm in the redwoods of Northern California, and Shinny's world opens to experiences she would never have foreseen, including a white water rafting adventure that sparks a mid-life love affair; an email correspondence with a soldier stationed in Afghanistan, and her unintentional complicity with an identity thief who happens to be her grandson. Readers have described the Shinny novels as "fast paced and funny and a pleasure to read."< Less
Incidents In The Life of a Girl: The Unattainable Mulatto By Lamont Tanksley
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Charlotte Press 2014 Revisionist Writer of the year and a 2014 Underground Book Reviews Pitch Perfect Pick. Revised from Harriet Jacobs’ original 1861 book, 'Incidents in the Life of a Slave... More > Girl', Tanksley creates a substantially differing tale. The demons of the past of a plantation husband and wife threaten the future, dignity, and virginity of one young mulatto slave. Constantly begged for her submission by a master "who asks for what he could take", Linda Jacobs is forced to battle wits with her master and his jealous wife. She desperately leaps further down the rabbit hole of her awakening womanhood. One might assume that 50 Shades of Grey has submitted to 12-Years a Slave in this novel about faith, family, and the incidents of a young girl finding herself while seeking freedom. Filled with captivating characters and text, this book is not the tale your mother read..< Less
Wonder Stories: The Best Myths for Boys and Girls By Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Carolyn Sherwin Bailey (October 25, 1875 – December 23,... More > 1961) was an American children's author. She was born in Hoosick Falls, New York and attended Teachers College, Columbia University, from which she graduated in 1896. She contributed to the Ladies' Home Journal and other magazines. She published volumes of stories for children like methods of story telling, teaching children and other related subjects, which include Boys and Girls of Colonial Days (1917); Broad Stripes and Bright Stars (1919); Hero Stories (1919); and The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings (1945). She wrote For the Children's Hour (1906) in collaboration with Clara M. Lewis. In 1947, her book Miss Hickory won the Newbery Medal. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carolyn_Sherwin_Bailey< Less