Laura Lee Hope was a pen name used by a number of authors working for the Stratemeyer Syndicate, which put out the popular books about the Bobbsey Twins and several other series suitable for kids. This book is a Western adventure story that was popular among young children in the early 20th century.
A boy meets a bear. There's a thrilling chase and a lucky escape - well, at least until next time...
Go on a bear hunt and do the actions with this award-winning picture book classic.
This is a tongue-in-cheek way to tell a children's story or write a children's book as told by the flea, the fly, and a six soot Dodo bird named Floo. They all meet in the Old Cowboy's Stadium in Irving Texas while Laura Miller was mayor. Floo is up to his usual Shenanigans and Leroy the Lop-eared Lollapalooza makes a surprise appearance. There are four quarters and four break time discussions, including "When can I consider myself a writer?" Predicted fun for the entire family as the friends from the half-lit zoo explain in somewhat vague terms how to tell a children's story.
What could possibly be scarier than a bear? This life is full of frightening surprises. But we don't have to live a life of fear! We can find security and peace in the presence of the Living God. Having grown up in a Southern Christian home, the author finds evidence of God's grace in every day situations. Sometimes amused, sometimes enlightened, but always amazed by the grace of God. Book Three of the Amazed by His Grace Series is a short, sweet collection of Biblical Christian writings.
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