Fanny
Fanny  -     By: Stephen Cosgrove
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Heritage Builders
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 5.50 X 8.50 (inches)
ISBN: 193901154X
ISBN-13: 9781939011541
Ages: 5-9
Series: Serendipity

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On a beautiful island called Serendipity, on the south side of the island, was an old wooden fence. The fence stretched for miles and miles with only sweet smelling lilac and an occasional honeysuckle rose. At the very end of the fence was an old farm nestled at the top of a wooded hill. The farm was filled with all sorts of animals. It was here that lived a fluffy, grey cat named Fanny. In many ways Fanny was an ordinary cat. Ordinary, yes, but different too for Fanny had but three legs. Regardless, got around pretty well. In fact she needed no help from any of the other animals in the barnyard. Oddly, the other farm animals never talked to Fanny because they felt it was kind of embarrassing to talk to a creature that was handicapped. It took the love of a little dog named Ruby to teach everyone that a handicap is but a state of mind.

Author Bio

Stephen Cosgrove was born and raised in the Northwest. In 1973, while working as vice president of an investment company, he went to a bookstore to buy a book for his three-year-old daughter. He was looking for a fun-to-read story that contained a subtle message, but instead found very little of the content that he wanted. Consequently, he decided to write his own stories. Influenced by his childhood love of Aesop’s Fables, his first story and all the books that followed reflect a sense of value in the plot and their natural positive resolutions. Teaming with Seattle illustrator Robin James, Cosgrove went on to created four titles that became the foundation of his Serendipity series (over 80 million sold); however, the moral reflections within the books caused them to be rejected by publishers. Finally, in response, Cosgrove founded Serendipity Press. Years later, Cosgrove merged his thriving publishing company with Penguin/Putnam and focused his efforts on writing and the creation of multimedia events for children.

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