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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Rabbits
  • Language:English
  • Pages:86
  • eBook ISBN:9780987419019

Dandy and Stout

An Unlikely Friendship

by Judith Lydia Mercure

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Overview
Dandy and Stout is the story of two animals with nothing in common but curiosity. A small rabbit and a large brown bear share adventures that make them question what they have been taught all their lives. As Dandy races a wildfire to warn the Rabbits in Clover Commons Colony, Stout tries to use his strength to help them escape the flames. But when Stout awakens from his winter hibernation, having forgotten who Dandy is, the two animals wonder if their friendship can survive the differences that make them who they are.
Description
Dandy and Stout is the story of two animals with nothing in common but curiosity. A small rabbit and a large brown bear share adventures that make them question what they have been taught all their lives. As Dandy races a wildfire to warn the Rabbits in Clover Commons Colony, Stout tries to use his strength to help them escape the flames. But when Stout awakens from his winter hibernation, having forgotten who Dandy is, the two animals wonder if their friendship can survive the differences that make them who they are. This book is a Brio Multimedia Publication. Brio Multimedia is a social enterprise offering e-publishing, book, games, and film production. We publish fiction for young people and adults, as well as producing musical works, films, games and multimedia artwork collections. We dedicate 25-100% of profits from our projects to support health-related research, animal welfare support, and micro-financed enterprises in developing countries. Our profits also support our two Flagship programs. Brio’s FUN4GOOD youth entertainment program includes a growing range of book, game and film projects by young and emerging artists. The LEARN2CARE program manages annual scholarships established by former Brio Multimedia Director Kenneth Allen Marcure for students of creative arts and international relations.
About the author
Judith Lydia Mercure has been a teacher, translator, journalist, editor, publisher, and innovation marketing professional. She has published extensively (fiction and non-fiction). She has taught courses in English language and literature in Montana, USA and in Kyoto, Japan, where she lived in a Buddhist temple. She has taught for the International MBA Program of Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. She has led marketing workshops and campaigns for scientists and university innovators in the US, EU, and Australia. She has BA (Hons) qualifications as a secondary school teacher (English), a Master’s Degree in the History and Philosophy of Science and a Masters’ Degree in Technology Marketing. She is a dual Australian/US citizen. When not travelling, she lives in Sydney where she enjoys beach-side walks, yoga, cooking, creating mosaics, writing, and laughing at the cheeky local wildlife.
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