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I Wish by Joyce Dunbar
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I Wish

by Joyce Dunbar

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A brother and sister squirrel show the difference between wishes they can make come true for themselves, and wishes that are just hopeful thinking -- although some of those can also come true. ( )
  librisissimo | Nov 8, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385603193, Hardcover)

“What if there was one wish left. Tell me what you’d wish for.”

Cubby is a squirrel who wishes . . . He wishes his big sister Clementine would come out and play. He wishes he could swing on the high branch, make a den and dig a deep hole. And with Clementine’s help, most of his wishes come true. At last it is Clementine’s turn to make a wish, but as Mum explains, “Wishes don’t always come true straight away, sometimes we have to wait.”

And sure enough, while the two little squirrels are sleeping something magical happens…

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Two squirrels enjoy a day playing together completing a series of wishes, but have to wait overnight for their final and best wish to come true.

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