You wouldn’t believe how hard a jack rabbit can kick! Maggie Mae finds out the hard way. She chases that trespassing hare into his rabbit hole and gets thumped on the head, just for doing her job! Now with a sore nose and throbbing brain, she heads home through the pasture to her sister, Holly, for help. When they put their heads together they come up with a surprising lesson… two wrongs, don’t make a right!
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About the Author
Deb Jackson has been a nurse and oral story teller, having the gift of gab, like her mom. Her stories are inspired with the help of her granddaughters, Jocelyn and Jaidon Turney. Maggie Mae’s Hare-Brained Day is Deb’s second published book. Pictured with Deb, are Holly and Maggie Mae, stars in the RedshoesDeb Series. Deb’s stories feature Australian Shepherds and their ranch friends who share their exciting lives and the lessons they learn. Animals are used in an allegorical fashion to teach kids how to enjoy a value filled life.
More great Aussie adventures coming soon!
- The Life and Times of Sheila the Cow Dog
- Magpie Meets the Pheasant
- Holly the Bossy Aussie
- Holly the Hugger
- Maggie Bit Off More than She Could Chew
Did you know that their ranch friends are stars too? Visit the RedShoesDebSeries.blogspot.com for other stories.
About the Illustrator
Traci Osborn graduated with a degree in psychology from Brigham Young University where she slipped on the ice more times than she’d like to remember. While there, she met Wil, the love of her life. Traveling the country in search of adventure, they have lived in six different states with their four children. Their very spoiled dog Ace joined the family in Kansas, where they now reside. Traci took a drawing class while living in Nebraka and was hooked. She graduated from Bellevue University with a BFA in studio painting.
Cute story with darling illustrations!
Holly Dolly –
MAGGIE IS THE BEST! What a fun way to teach kids about animals, life lessons, words with two spellings and meanings. And all while enjoying a fun loving dog, her sister and an ornery jack rabbit.