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The Rockity Rowboat
W.G. van de Hulst
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The Rockity Rowboat

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Where was Annalee? When Mother looked in Annalee's special place behind Father's desk in the study, Annalee was gone. She had gone off with Peter to play in the pasture. But she left without telling Mother or Father. Out in the pasture Annalee and Peter ran off to play and explore. Together thry discovered the rockity rowboat. With each thoughtless step, Annalee was ...more
47 pages
Published 1981 by Paideia Press (first published January 1st 1977)
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Aug 22, 2016 Reagan rated it it was amazing
A boy and a girl were playing in a rowboat. Their parents were really worried.
The rowboat jerked sideways and the girl fell in the water!
A woman from a house nearby called to them and she helped the girl dry off.

Then they were friend with the old lady. But it was sad that her foot was badly burnt.
Then the two children were happy again.
I like this book a lot. You have got to read this book. It is great.
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