The Tortoise and the Hare Race Again

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Holiday House, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Every since the lazy hare lost the Great Race, he has had trouble getting any kind of respect. He is taunted by Pete R. Rabbit, riducled by Stu Rabbit, and mocked by Hare E. Plodder, the slowest rabbit around. Not even Rabbit Foote, the luckiest rabbit in the world, has a king word to spare for Hare. Meanwhile, the champion tortoise regrets ever beating the hare. He can't stand the amount of press and attention he is getting; he just wants to return to his quiet life at at the shell station. It seems that a second race would benefit both parties...if only the lazy hare could resist napping.

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User Review  - kbork1 - LibraryThing

I absolutely loved this book! I thought it was a fun and humorous sequel to classic fable, The Tortoise and the Hare. One thing I particularly loved about this book was the dialogue. The dialogue ... Read full review

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User Review  - amberlanda - LibraryThing

I thought this story was very cute. I think that students really love the Tortoise and the Hare and once students like characters it is always fun to read other books about those same characters so I ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Dan Bernstein is a columnist for The Press Enterprise of Riverside, California. He is also the author of Emily and the Ostriches. He has a degree from Stanford University in Journalism and Political Science.

Andrew Glass is a veteran illustrator and has also written many books, including The Wondrous Whirligig: The Wright Brothers First Flying Machine, A Right Fine Life: Kit Carson on the Santa Fe Trail, and Bewildered for Three Days: As to Why Daniel Boone Never Wore His Coonskin Cap. He lives in New York City with his wife and new baby.

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