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Two in a Pocket by Robin Ravilious

Two in a Pocket

by Robin Ravilious

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316734497, Hardcover)

Jenny Wren and Snippet the dormouse share the pocket of an old, tattered coat for their home. They keep very different hours, and do not really care for each other, until they find themselves united in a common cause. In the processof trying to avoid the big cat outside, they discover that they have become true friends. A gentle, charming story of friendship. Full-color illustrationsby the author.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:22 -0400)

When both a wren and a dormouse want to make a home in the pocket of an old tattered coat that a farmer has left in his shed, something has to give.

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