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The Daring Adventure of Bella and Sweet Pea is a story poem about  two bored bovines (cows) that "borrow" a Cadillac convertible and go on a road trip. They have an exciting road race with a cattle truck, land in a ditch, meet a singing, dancing horse and learn in the end that the grass is never greener, nor the pasture so sweet as on their own block and down their own street. (Picture Book with full color) Dave's Dreadful Adventure in the Land of Fright is the story of a greedy young dragon who goes into the Land of Fright to Steal and evil magician's treasure. He is captured by the magician who threatens to turn him into "just a bag of big bones." After Dave's escape, he learns that the "treasure that is best is his family and friends and his own safe and warm nest." This story is also told in rhyming couplets. (Picture Book with full color) Buster and the Bubbles, told in rhyming couplets,  is an inspirational story about a young pig who wanted with all his heart to fly. One day a wind comes up and lifts him and bubbles from the pond into the sky. When the bubbles burst, young Buster becomes afraid and starts to fall until he remembers the words his mother always says when she tucks him in at night, "Believe in yourself and trust in your dreams." Buster believes and again takes flight. (Picture Book with full color) The Adventures of Poppy and Pierre, Volume 1, tells of two French/American Bunnies who live in New York City circa 1905 with their French (human) mistress Madam Colette and her American husband Mr. Jonathan Edward Collins.  Two stories are collected in this edition: Poppy & the Poppies is a magical tale that takes place in New York's Central Park; and Poppy & Pierre at Le Renard Rouge is about an encounter with a sly fox and takes place on a visit to France. (Black and white illustrated story book).
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