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The Adventures of Jack and Sidney

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 4 Ratings and 2 Reviews

Book Description
Jack the Rabbit and Sidney the Squirrel were the best of friends. Their daily adventures in The Wood and in Old Man Johnsons garden avoiding ole Boogalou Joe were the stuff legends were made of in the forest. Snagging cabbages and rummaging through apple bushels, there was nothing Jack and Sidney wouldnt do together, until one day when a single gold coin tears their friendship apart. Only with the... More
Book Information
PublisherTate Publishing
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages44
Publication Date07/01/2008
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About Tonny Brown (Author) : Tonny Brown is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Tonny Brown include The Adventures of Jack and Sidney. Tonny Brown grew up in Midland, Texas. He is the youngest of four son... more
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9/11/2010 Tonny Brown said:
The forest is full of interesting and fascinating things. One might even think the animals that live there have probably seen them all. Who can tell? We can be sure of one thing at least and that is that the world gets smaller every day. In addition, as humankind ventures farther and farther into th... more

tags: • "Oh' that we should see the world through eyes of children again. How much differently we might

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3/27/2009 Terri Brown said: It is a shame that more prople are unaware of this book. I simply think it is one of the best books I have ever read. A childrens book every adult should read. I mean that for sure
tags: I recommend

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