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The Adventures of Happy Valley Glen: The Raccoon Family Moves In

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When the Raccoon family moves in on Bunny Town Lane there is one neighbor who is not happy. Mr. Rabbit doesn't trust the masked newcomers, or their nocturnal habits. Find out what happens in the first book of The Adventures of Happy Valley Glen: The Raccoon Family Moves In. Coming in May 2013 through Mountain Springs House Publishing!
ebook, First, 27 pages
Published May 29th 2013 by Mountain Springs House Publishing
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Deborah Gafford
Delightful story with wonderful message for young and old!

On the surface, this book's rhyming text and adorable illustrations make it very appealing to children. But is the wonderful message it teaches that makes it such a terrific book for children AND adults. Through charming rhyme and using fictional animals with human characteristics, the book teaches that we should not judge people by the way they look or ostracize them simply because they are different from us. The book's message is one w
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Deborah Gafford
Nov 28, 2013 Deborah Gafford rated it it was amazing
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Delightful story with wonderful message for young and old!

On the surface, this book's rhyming text and adorable illustrations make it very appealing to children. But is the wonderful message it teaches that makes it such a terrific book for children AND adults. Through charming rhyme and using fictional animals with human characteristics, the book teaches that we should not judge people by the way they look or ostracize them simply because they are different from us. The book's message is one wo
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Kim
Oct 06, 2013 Kim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: EVERYONE
I had to get this book the cover was cute and what I read what it was about was great. When the Raccoon Family moved in Rabbit saw them and thought they were trouble. Well things happen and Rabbit was quick to blame. Only to find out HE WAS WRONG. This is a really great children's story to teach how not to judge people by their looks or color. Love the book's lesson that I want to purchase a few hard copies for the holidays.
Penelope Briggeman
Penelope Briggeman rated it it was amazing
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Sep 02, 2013 Angela Searles rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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AJ Grace was born and raised in southern Maine, but now resides in North Carolina with her husband and eight children. She can do anything, but cook!

In addition to her writing, she enjoys photography, history and playing volleyball. When she is not conjuring up characters and stories, you can find her managing her multi-cultural family as a stay- at- home mom. She has a boxer named Greta, a choco
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