The Good Sport Rabbit

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Rebecca Rabbit was so excited to beat her friends in a race. She was so determined to win, that she didn't even stop for her friends when they needed her help. But she quickly learns that winning doesn't always mean coming in first place. It is also important to be a good sport.

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About Jennifer L. Rowlands

My first love is my family and they are what inspires me most. I find reflections of them within the characters of my books, whether I intended to or not. But there is so much more about writing and reading that I enjoy - mostly, the chance to free creativity and imagination. I enjoyed diving into the written word as a teenager, but took a break to embrace college life, and then married life, and then motherhood. My two boys and their daily excitement about the world and everything in it is what inspired me to pick up the pen (keyboard) again. Thanks to the support from family and friends, I am happy to present my works to you.

I truly hope you enjoy my works and would greatly appreciate you taking the time to write a review for any of them. I would like to know what you liked and even if you have any suggestions for improvement.

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Gerty So reviewed on Sep. 9, 2012

It's so nice to read a book with good friendship. I enjoyed this story very much. I think it would make a good cartoon movie. I think kids need to know it's not all about winning that counts. I recommend this story highly. I wish I could give it more stars. Keep up the good work writing.
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Joanna M. Weston reviewed on Sep. 8, 2012

This is a cute story, simply told. It might be easier if there were fewer names to remember i.e. if the less important animals were simply 'Raccoon', 'Deer', 'Skunk' or 'Badger'.
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