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Raindrops fell on a tired old farmer as he got done planting his field.
And before his surprised eyes popped up a full-grown crop ready for harvest!
Next to the barn was his tired mule, Bessy, eating some grass.
When a raindrop hit Bessy, she turned into a beautiful unicorn.
Down the road, the rain hit a little shack with a hole in the roof and in need of some repair.
From the ground beneath the shack rose a beautiful castle.
As the cloud floated towards the lake, his raindrops fell on a young boy and girl holding hands as they walked towards the lake.
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Posted September 9, 2013
Posted June 30, 2013
First of all, the poor grammar used in the Overview is reason alone to not purchase the book. The word "there" used wrong twice for those equally as ignorant as the writer------and there are many of those judging by the Customers Reviews which are all useless, off topic, inappropriate and even personal. Scarey. I have no interest to know what is between the covers of this book considering the Overview and the Customer Reviews-----even though it was the interesting title that originally caught my eye.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.