Bunny in a Basket

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Scholastic, 2005 - Children's stories - 142 pages
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Mandy uses her veterinary experience to cure a lop-eared rabbit's mystery illness.

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Tons of bunnies, lots of chocolate, and one big competition. Join Mandie and James in the fun!
Such an adorable bunny story. It's great to read right around Easter.

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Here's a little Easter story for you! The Story. Mandy Hope is excited to be accompanying her best friend, James Hunter, on a vacation to visit his aunt and cousin in York. She's especially eager to ... Read full review


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Ben M. Baglio was born in New York in 1960, and grew up in a small town in New Jersey. Baglio studied English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, he worked as a children's book editor in New York City. Five years later, a job at publishing house in England became available and he moved there to accept the position. Some time after that, Baglio decided to try his own hand at writing and created the characters of Mandy Hope and James Hunter. Their adventures became known as the Animal Ark series. The books originally were published in England, under the pseudonym Lucy Daniels, and have since gone on to be published in the USA and translated into 15 languages. There is also a live-action television series based on the books in England. Some of Ben Baglio's titles are The Brave Bunny, Sheepdog In The Snow, and Spaniel in a Stocking. Baglio has also contributed one title, The First Olympics, to the Choose Your Own Adventure gamebook series. Baglio also wrote the Horseshoe Trilogies.

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