Pookie by Ivy Wallace

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Pookie, the little white rabbit with wings, first published in 1945 is a classic, endearing character and HarperCollins is delighted to be bringing him to their list. In this first adventure Pookie is sad because he has two flimsy little wings which make him different from all the other rabbits. He decides to set out to find his fortune but he has many cold, lonely days ahead of him before he eventually finds the love that he has always been looking for. AGE 4-7 as well as adults who remember Pookie from their own childhoods.
 

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Published December 1, 1963 by Collins. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Another popular character makes an appearance in Pookie Believes in Santa Claus by Ivy Wallace.

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First published in 1947, Pookie Puts the World Right by Ivy Wallace follows the titular bunny as he banishes Winter for blowing down trees and leaving several residents of Bluebell Wood homeless.

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Wallace's prose has a pleasingly nostalgic quality (e.g., "This is the story of Pookie, a little white rabbit with soft floppity ears, big blue eyes and the most lovable smile in the world") and the radiant watercolor illustrations never go out of style.

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Available for the first time on this side of the Atlantic, Wallace's series (first published in England in the 1940s) stars a charming winged rabbit. Everyone teases Pookie about his "flims

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