Shorty Longfellow's Easter Surprise! [NOOK Book]

Overview

Shorty Longfellow, low-slung dog with high self-esteem, returns to his favorite park on Easter Sunday morning, where he meets up with Speckles, his dachshund friend. Whereas Shorty Longfellow is brown in color and truly looks like a hot dog, Speckles is unsure of his appearance. He is a long-haired dachshund with spotted, white fluffy fur and long floppy ears, and is not happy when he is called "bunny." During the Easter Egg Hunt, the two friends meet a little girl named Ellie and a mother duck who are each ...
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Shorty Longfellow's Easter Surprise!

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Overview

Shorty Longfellow, low-slung dog with high self-esteem, returns to his favorite park on Easter Sunday morning, where he meets up with Speckles, his dachshund friend. Whereas Shorty Longfellow is brown in color and truly looks like a hot dog, Speckles is unsure of his appearance. He is a long-haired dachshund with spotted, white fluffy fur and long floppy ears, and is not happy when he is called "bunny." During the Easter Egg Hunt, the two friends meet a little girl named Ellie and a mother duck who are each having a bad day. With the help of Shorty Longfellow, Speckles brings about an Easter surprise and learns to like himself just as he is. Reading Level 2.7
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012326119
  • Publisher: Patricia A. McMillan
  • Publication date: 4/4/2011
  • Series: Shorty Longfellow , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 9 KB

Meet the Author

Patricia A. McMillan draws on her extensive experience as first grade teacher, story writer and dachshund-owner to write this Easter bunny tale. The character of Shorty Longfellow was created in order to help young children deal with name-calling and teasing. This little dog's positive self-image is something the author wants those children to copy-cat.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Very entertaining

    Just love that shorty

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  • Posted April 16, 2011

    A fun story for the season! A must Easter read!

    Once again the carefree Shorty Longfellow shows us how to be happy with who we are. We love to follow him on his journeys and meet his new friends. (Now when we see a happy Doxie walkng by, we think of Shorty himself!)

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