The Really Groovy Story of the Tortoise and the Hare by Kristyn Crow

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Deep inside the city was a hip and happy hare. He was zipping, sometimes lippy, takin' taxis everywhere. Way out in the country was a tortoise calm and cool. He was quite the mellow fellow chillin' out beside the pool. Kids will love to move and groove with this dynamic duo as they hop and pop towards the finish line in this hip-hopping retelling of the classic tale.

About Kristyn Crow

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My name is Kristyn Crow, and I'm a children's book author who likes to use rhythm, rhyme, and repetition to make reading a fun experience for children and parents everywhere. Christian Forshay is a contributor for Albert Whitman & Company.
Published March 1, 2011 by Albert Whitman & Company. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Bringing to mind a match-up between Franklin the Turtle and the Trix Cereal Rabbit, the illustrations give readers a wide view of the race, depict Hare's impending disaster up-close and treat them to a photo finish.

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