THE ADVENTURES OF MISS BIGLEY AND HER LITTLE STORE by Ellen Shire

THE ADVENTURES OF MISS BIGLEY AND HER LITTLE STORE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Most bunnies"" -- unlike Peter Rabbit -- ""live a carefree life running, hopping,"" etc., or 'posing for illustrations in story books' (like this one); but our Miss Bigley is not only industrious, she has a problem: her candy shop is on top of a steep hill and only ""old grownups in big cars"" come up. Why is it there in the first place? Why can't those old grownups take some young'uns up? Don't ask a gurgle to make sense.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1971
Publisher: Walker