Rex, the Most Special Car in the World

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Carolrhoda Books, Jan 1, 1989 - Automobiles - 26 pages
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A vain car is miserable when he is abandoned after an accident ruins his beauty; but he learns to find new meaning in life with the animals and children who come to live or play in him.

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About the author (1989)

Scoular Anderson was born in Scotland and attended the Art School in Glasgow. His first name is actually Tom, but when he was a year old his mother decided she didn't like that name so she started calling him by his middle name instead. "Scoular" was actually the last name of his great and great-great grandparents. Scoular once worked at a newspaper stand, and as an art teacher where he taught students not to stick paintbrushes down the sink drain.

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