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marilyn-jaye-lewis's picture
I have had one of the busiest weeks I've had in a long time, and no one at school bothered to tell our (online) class that we have been ON VACATION this whole darn week until this morning!!!! I was up reading 4 chapters in the textbook last night, absolutely exhausted, eye strain beyond belief...
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After about 5 or 6 incredibly productive hours of Skyping with my screenwriting partner, Kevin, in New York, Bunny and I kicked back on the bed. Bunny is 11 now. I am considerably older. As always, we had a very nice night. (What would I do without my furry companionis?) (I mean, besides spell...
jim-mcenroe's picture
The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae The story of The Orphan Hare . . . who became king! Check out my new illustrated story book, The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae at www.therabbitking.com. About The Book: The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae begins with Hare, an orphan rabbit, alone and on his own...
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Bunnies abound in children's literature. Children's books seem to favor them, along with bears and pigs, though not as much as mice, as characters especially in anthropomorphizations. Why the popularity? Sure, they're cute, but so are puppies and ducklings and they aren't used in such stories with...