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A Picnic with the Barleys: A Little Story About Courage and Forgiveness

by Karen Hunt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736921737, Hardcover)

"It was a glorious, sunshiny day, just right for a picnic in the country."

The merry adventures of Eustace and Prunella Rumpole continue in this heartwarming story about two lively mice families, the Rumpoles and the Barleys.

The Rumpole family mice venture out from their cozy attic home atop the old Rumpole mansion to picnic by the river with their country friends, the Barleys. When one of the country mice becomes a little pushy, the party hits a snag. Prunella's prized pink parasol soon plays an important and dramatic part in this unforgettable story about courage and forgiveness.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:27 -0400)

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