Snappy storytelling and magical prose come to life in Jackalope, the whimsical tale of a little hare who is granted his wish for gigantic horns. Wanting only to be fierce, Jackalope doesn't count on the horns causing heaps of trouble. This latest book by sisters and award-winning authors Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel delights and enchants young audiences.
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"Hold on to your "listening ears" and get ready for tall tale humor abounding with gardening puns. Unhappy with his ordinary self, Jack asks his fairy god-rabbit for horns. Jack cannot resist a fib, Coyote cannot resist a waiting meal, and Fairy God-rabbit cannot quite master her spells. Tom Stechschulte narrates with the deadpan twang of a Western storyteller. Elongating words and phrases, he heightens the fun of the preposterous situations that envelop Jackalope. He is a ditzy god-rabbit, a conniving villain, and a reformed hero all wrapped into one. Do not miss the alternative endings and the explanatory coda! A.R. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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