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A bunny family of ten children find a new home.
[Children - talking animal story] Originally published 1918.
Edited by: Joel Nicholas
A charming little tale, which supports the ideal that stories should make children happy and build character unconsciously, and should contain nothing to cause fright, suggest fear, glorify mischief, excuse malice, or condone cruelty.
Nina Wilcox was born in New Haven, Connecticut, on November 28, 1888, and died in Cuernavaca, Mexico on March 11, 1962. She married the publisher Robert Faulkner Putnam, and added Putnam to the end of her name. In her first career she worked as an accountant, and in 1913 drafted the first US Income Tax 1040 form. Changing careers, she became a steady writer for the Saturday Evening Post, and a popular children's comic book series called Sunny Funny Bunny. Her works ran the gamut from children's books to the silver screen; from romances and musical comedies, to westerns and classics of gothic horror. She co-authored the 1924 stage version of Dracula, and the screenplay for the 1932 Universal movie The Mummy. Hollywood also made several of her stories into movies, including Graft, The Fourth Horseman, In Search of Arcady, Sitting Pretty, Slaves of Beauty, and Two Weeks With Pay.
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Audiobook is in immediately downloadable MP3 format.
Size = 37Mb. A broadband connection is recommended.
Audience = Children 6-10
Fiction Subject = Talking Animal Story
BIC = YFP5AG (Animal stories)
DDC = 813 (Literature / American literature in English / Fiction)
BISAC = JUV002210 (JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Rabbits)
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