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Harriet's Journal

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On a dark night on a dark road in Northern Los Angeles oncoming white lights suddenly slanted and went askance from the roadway. But the vehicle didn ... Show synopsis

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  • Delightful! (Exceptionally Great for Animal Lovers Oct 26, 2012
    by AmandaJacobs

    "Harriet first began keeping a journal when she was six months old. She didn't write anything down - writing is not easy for possums, especially babies, but she kept everything in her mind." With a first line like that, how can you not continue reading?!

    Springthorpe engages you from the very beginning in this truly unique book that will delight adults and children alike. Harriet is a plucky possum with a penchant for adventure, who gets into trouble when she decides to follow her friend across "the black strip."

    The story is short, sweet, and ever so memorable. In fact, after personally witnessing a sad exchange between a possum and an SUV on an off-ramp, my mind went straight to "Harriet!" as I tried to hold back my tears. Thankfully, all turns out well in the end for the charming heroine in this mini masterpiece (I finished it one sitting). Would recommend!

  • Captivated! Oct 10, 2012
    by DebraSipp

    21st August 2012
    A wonderful tale told with warmth and charm through the eyes of the title character, I was drawn into her world and was surely in no hurry to leave. The author paints such a vivid picture I felt as if I were her traveling companion on her journey of both self-discovery and that of the world around her. Anyone who enjoys an uplifting tale will certainly find that here.

  • Captivated! Oct 9, 2012
    by Butterfly63

    21st August 2012
    A wonderful tale told with warmth and charm through the eyes of the title character, I was drawn into her world and was surely in no hurry to leave. The author paints such a vivid picture I felt as if I were her traveling companion on her journey of both self-discovery and that of the world around her. Anyone who enjoys an uplifting tale will certainly find that here. Harriet's Journal

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