The Blind Betrayal

“Do you think the boy will come out again tonight?” Horace the horse asked. “That would certainly make the Browns happy. I wish there was something we could do to make certain that he comes out again. Not just one child, but all of the children.”

Wilbur, the goat, was standing outside the window and he overheard the entire conversation that Lucy and Horace were having about bringing all the children to the farm.

“Oh darn! I knew I could not trust that dumb old Owl. His stupid idea will bring a whole barrel of kids here. Well, that will never do!”

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I love this book. An easy read and a great book to read to your children. The book is engaging, and the characters keep the reader interested in what is going to happen next. You fall in love with Farmer Brown because he is so sweet! The farm animals have personality and keep the kids laughing! k I enjoyed reading it to my eight-year-old niece and nephew and they read along with me!
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