The Meeting of Kalle Rabbit and Pelle Fox (Illustrated)

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Kalle Rabbit is enjoying a feast of berries, but the whining of someone distracts him and he can no longer enjoy the juicy food. Determined to put a stop to the noise, he sets out looking for the perpetrator. More

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About Stefan Ellery

I am a writer of children stories and short stories. A father of a highly energetic son. In fact he keeps me writing. At his request I am writing a Young adult novel based on one of his ideas. Many of my children stories are hosted on under the pen name sellery. I hope to have some published with illustrations in the near future. The story Kalle and Pelle are nearest to my heart.

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Review by: Philip Brewster on Jan. 18, 2014 :
What a beautifully written story. My kids loved it and my wife did too. Looking forward to reading the others in the series to them.
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Review by: DavidLLL on Jan. 14, 2014 :
Excellent story. The talent of independent authors in the childrens book category at this site is extraordinary. I look forward to reading this and the following stories to my two children.
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Review by: Carol Shoar on Jan. 13, 2014 :
What a delightful story. Very sweet and innocent. My daughter will love this tonight.
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Review by: Bess Torman on Jan. 01, 2014 :
I can't believe I've started reading childrens stories but there are some GREAT ones on Smashwords and this is one of them. Absolutely lovely.
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Review by: Rowland Somers on Jan. 01, 2014 :
What a beautiful meeting of the two most unlikely animals. To see them become friends was wonderful.
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Review by: Linda Arditto on Sep. 23, 2013 :
What a delightful little story. I admit I'm far from being a child but it did make me smile. I believe its air of innocence makes it a pleasure for anyone to read. Heading off to read the second in this series.
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