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The new book Molly Rabbit Goes To School” by Sarah V. Lewis is now on Amazon. This new book by author Sarah V. Lewis, is great for reading now and for summertime reading also.


Molly Rabbit Goes To School”, along with all of the other Sarah V. Lewis’ books, are for children of all ages, starting at age 6 to teens.

Some books by the author which can be enjoyed by children in their mid to late teens are:


“THE RABBITS”: the setting of this story is in the beautiful countryside where animals and people live together. A little girl named Molly Rabbit, grew up here with her family, friends, foxes, birds and other animals, grass covered hills and flowery meadows.  She and her brothers, Webster and Lester loved to play in their neighbor’s garden. But Molly would never think of eating Mrs. Allison’s flowers. Her brothers on the other hand, would eat everything in sight…  Molly grew up and was about to enter fifth grade….

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Molly expected her BFF Emily Patches to be there for her when school started in the Fall. She had spent the whole summer babysitting for the new neighbors, but every chance she got she spent with Emily picking blue berries, and staying safe in the beautiful countryside where they both lived.

So how come on the first day of school Emily should look at Molly as if she just came from the planet Mars?

And who is that new boy at school? Will he befriend Molly? Will Emily be Jealous?

And who is Cressida Welsh?

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Children will be better able to connect with the story “Molly Rabbit Goes To School” by reading the first book in the series: “The Rabbits” by Sarah V. Lewis, available on Amazon.combeautiful little girl reading book


The Rabbits Chapter 2 – Chapter 5

The rabbits sarah v lewis the story of 3 rabbits named lester webster and Molly Rabbit eat the flowers in their neighbors garden

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The Rabbits – Chapter 2

The rabbits reached the Allison’s house. Up close the grass looked even greener and smoother; but it was no surprise to any of them because they knew that Mr. Allison spent a lot of time mowing his lawn.

In fact they had heard when he was mowing the lawn earlier in the day. And up to the time they were heading to the Allison’s yard they heard the lawn mower for a brief period which meant Mr. Allison was still mowing. He always seemed to spend his entire day mowing; and the rabbits found the drone of the lawn mower very annoying.

“That old lawn mower needs to be replaced,” whispered Webster Rabbit to his siblings after they had entered the Allison’s yard.

“It’s so noisy—so noisy.” Lester and Molly agreed that the lawn mower was noisy; but Molly couldn’t help thinking that even though the lawn mower was indeed old and noisy, Mr. Allison had still managed to do a fine job with it. The lawn was as flat and smooth as velvet under her feet. So, even though the lawnmower was indeed loud, it had still done a good job; and it seemed to her that was the only thing that should really matter.

“Isn’t the lawn beautiful though, Webster?” she asked.

“Yes, it’s as smooth as silk.” answered Webster. “God has blessed this place with beauty.”

That was all Molly had wanted to hear from Webster, and he knew it!

The rabbits skipped across to the kitchen area of the Allison’s yard. First one, then the other, and the other. Skip, skip, skip in the soft, green grass.

It was a bright and beautiful day. The sunshine was glistening on the grass; but it was still quite cool with a slight breeze blowing every now and then. The rabbits were in heaven; but then Molly suddenly shrieked!

“What is it?” asked Webster, his ears going straight up as he followed his sister’s gaze.

“It’s Mrs. Allison!” cried Molly. “I think she saw us! Quick, let’s run!”

But before the Rabbits could get out of the way, Mrs. Allison had burst open the kitchen door and pitched a big pot of cold water at them. They cried out in shock as water dripped from their bodies, flattening their fur and ears. The assault left them frozen for an instant before they began to shake the water off.

“Oh snap!” cried Lester. She threw the water right in my eyes! I can’t even


While the rabbits were still trying to shake off the water, Webster noticed that Mrs. Allison was marching like a soldier on patrol back into her kitchen.

“Run for your lives!” he cried to Lester and Molly. “She’s going to get more water!”

The Rabbits – Chapter 3

The Allison children were doing their homework at the table when they saw the shadows of the Rabbits on their kitchen door.

At the same time, Mrs. Allison was coming out with another pot of ice-cold water.

“All of this skipping and frolicking on my lawn has to stop!” she was fretting to herself as she raced to the door yelling, “Get out of my yard you Rabbits. Shoo, go away…”

She threw the ice-cold water at them but the pot slipped out of her hands and rolled down the grassy knoll.

“Rats,” yelled Webster to his siblings, “The Rottweiler is really after us. Quick, hide behind the lavenders.”

The Allison children ran to the door to see what was really going on.

“Oh Ma, they are just baby Rabbits, let them stay,” begged Gloria Allison.

“Oh no, they are not as young as you think. They are going to eat down my flowers…. Shoo, shoo…” yelled Mrs. Allison, and pointing her index finger at them, said: “If I never saw the likes of you again it would not be too soon!”

The rabbits made a dash for it. They scurried through the nearest shrubs out of the Allison’s yard; but they did not make a safe escape because there was a dog in the yard where they ended up and it came charging at them, barking.

“Oh dear, mom, look what you’ve done,” sighed the children.

“Serves them right,” said Mrs. Allison. “Why do they only come into my yard, anyway?”

“Oh, Ma,” answered Lucy Allison, “They love to play in our grass.” Lucy had heard the talk around the neighborhood that the Allisons had the best- looking lawn and garden in the village.

“But now the dogs are after them,” continued Lucy Allison with a sad note to her voice.

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Luckily, the Rabbits made it safely out of the yard with the dogs. They ran and ran until they were out of breath and had to stop to rest just below the slope of the hill.

“Did you hear the noise Mrs. Allison was making at us?” asked Webster the talkative Rabbit. “No one can even cross her path without her shouting at them.”

“You are right Webster,” Lester Rabbit agreed. “We’re not yelling at her about the noise her lawn mower makes every year from spring to fall. And don’t you think they should be able to buy a new lawn mower by now?”

“Yes, they should be able to,” said Webster as they brushed themselves off and started walking back to the Allison’s house.

“They have the best house and lawn in the neighborhood so they can buy a new lawn mower.”

“And if they buy a new mower then we won’t have to put up with the noise of the old one from now until the Fall,” added Lester “

“Come to think of it, that’s a long time to be listening to that sound,” said Webster, holding on to his ears.

“And do you know how much damage that’s doing to our young ears?” chimed in Molly Rabbit. “Yet we are not yelling at her.”

Webster figured if even Molly was in agreement, then he must have a valid reason to complain about the Allison’s and their noisy machine, because Molly wasn’t usually one to criticize others or complain about things.

Armed with a heightened sense of smarts, he went on to quiz his siblings.

“Have you guys ever wondered about the number of acres of land the Allisons have?” he asked, putting his finger on his closed lips in deep thought.

“Why would we need to know that?” asked Lester, who was already guesstimating the answer.

“Because it will estimate how long we will have to listen to that noisy lawnmower,” replied Webster who was really mad at Mrs. Allison for shooing them out of her yard, right into the jaws of those bloodhounds!


The Rabbits – Chapter 5

Molly glanced at her brand new watch. The time was going by really fast. They had spent too much time along the footpath out of Mrs. Allison’s sight.

It was getting darker as they quietly walked along. It was now so still in the woods they could hear the crickets chirping!

Once again they were back at the Allison’s house. There was just about enough room for them to crawl under the gate.

They were half way under when Mr. Allison turned on the lawn mower once again.  He had left out a small patch of grass next to the flowerbed!

“Hurry, he’s coming this way,” yelled Webster to his siblings as they squeezed themselves under the gate and raced pass the flowerbeds.

“We are lost, Webster,” whispered Molly. “I am not at all familiar with this part of the yard.”

“And the last thing we want is for Mrs. Allison to see us,” Webster whispered back while looking around for an escape route.

“Let’s just make a dash for it that way,” said Lester pointing. “I think that’s the way back downhill.”

Webster didn’t want to take the risk that Lester might be wrong but he could sense the danger in being so close to the Allison’s house. He knew they had to make haste and run so he agreed to go the way Lester suggested.

Luckily it turned out Lester had guessed right. In a flash the rabbits were at the bottom of the grassy knoll where they waited for Mr. Allison to finish his mowing and go inside of his house. A few mosquitoes buzzed at their ears as they waited.


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Animal Stowaway Sample Chapter

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Animal Stowaway – Chapter 1
Author: Sarah V Lewis
Publisher: Meadowcreek Books for All Readers

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The Smiths and the Logans were neighbors living in the small village of Gambles on the island of Antigue. The two families got along very well and did almost everything together. They especially loved to hike and swim as one big family.

The Smiths, who were Americans living on the island, had a son named Sam and a daughter named Lucy. Sam was nine. Lucy was eight. The Logans, who were from Antigue, had three children. Their twin sons Larry and Walt were seven and their daughter Sara was eight.

The whole gang was at the beach on a beautiful, hot mid-summer ‘s day. The families had arrived in the middle of the morning and setup their beach towels and baskets next to each other under two palm trees. The parents were always as excited as the children to be out for a day at the beach. There was much chatter and laughter as the children ran about playing in the sand. While Mr. Logan and Mr. Smith went swimming, Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Smith chose to relax and chat under the shade of their palm trees.

Before lunchtime the families went out on their glass-bottomed sailboats. The children always loved to go sailing. They loved to count the fish and look out for the biggest and most colorful fish as the fish swam by under the boat. They sailed as far out as Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Smith would allow, then it was time to go back to shore for lunch.

After lunchtime the parents gave the children permission to go hiking in the hills that overlooked the sandy beach. The children followed the winding footpath up the top of the hill. They climbed over the rocks and found a beautiful blue lagoon. They waded and played around in the water of the small lagoon for a while, then wandered amongst the trees and stumbled upon a series of rocks that opened like a doorway.

“Wow, a cave!” shouted Larry and Walt.

“Let’s go in and see!” said Sam, leading the way.

All except for Lucy were excited as they entered the cave. Lucy stood at the entrance to the cave and wouldn’t go in.


“You shouldn’t be going in there,” she called after them; but the others still kept venturing inside the cave.

Sam looked back at Lucy.

“Come on!” he said to his sister. “Don’t spoil the fun.”

Still, Lucy wouldn’t move, so Sam had to go back to get her.

“What’s there to be afraid of?” he asked, holding onto her arm. “It’s just a little old cave.”

With Sam holding onto her arm Lucy took one step into the cave and then another. She ventured a yard inside the cave but refused to go any further.

“I’ll just wait for you here,” she said, pulling her arm away from Sam.

Shrugging his shoulders, Sam left Lucy where she stood and hurried to catch up with the others; but before he could reach where Larry, Walt and Sara were standing, Lucy screamed out in alarm.

Sam and the others ran swiftly to Lucy’s side.

“What is it?” they asked.

Lucy had inched her way back to the entrance of the cave and was pointing at something. At first none of the others could see anything where Lucy was pointing, but then the thing moved and they all saw it. It was a small creature the size of a mouse. It stood quietly staring back at them as they stared at it; then suddenly it turned itself into the shape of a ball and just as suddenly uncoiled back into its mousy self.

“Wow!” said Sam moving closer to the tiny creature to inspect it.

“What is it?” asked Larry.

“Some kind of animal that can turn itself into a ball,” said Walt.

“It’s moving close to us,” said Lucy, backing away in fear.

“Get a stick. Let’s touch it and see what happens,” said Sam.

Walt looked around for a stick and found one not far from the entrance to the cave. He handed the stick to Sam.

“Be careful,” cried Sara. “We don’t want to hurt it!”

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The Rabbits Cover Story


The cover for Sarah V Lewis’ book “The Rabbits” was designed by Adela Lewis. The house featured in the cover picture is taken from the public domain photograph “Gingerbread House Essex CT” by Gregoryj77 at en.wikipedia – Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here. Original uploader was Gregoryj77 at en.wikipedia. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons –


The cover art was created using Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter Essentials. The yard featured in the original photograph “Gingerbread House Essex CT” was redesigned. The road was removed and the yard expanded. A pathway was drawn in using photoshop tools. The shrubbery in the front of the house was enhanced with wild grasses and white flowers. Flowers and shrubs and trees were added to create what is meant to represent the yard of the character Mrs. Allison where the rabbits trespass for the purpose of playing in her lush green lawn and eating her flowers.

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The Rabbits Sample Chapter

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The Rabbits – Chapter 1
Author: Sarah V Lewis
Publisher: Meadowcreek Books for All Readers

Three precocious rabbits named Webster, Lester and their baby sister, Molly Rabbit, lived with their parents in the countryside of Douglashire, a small village in the American Southwest.

It was the first day of spring and Webster, Lester and Molly Rabbit thought it was a nice day to skip across Mrs. Allison’s perfectly manicured lawn. The grass was so green and inviting that they felt they just had to go and play in it.

It was also the perfect time to go, because not only were the afternoons now sunny and nice, but it was still too early in the spring for Mr. Red Fox to be out of his hole to bother them. So they strolled along enjoying the sights of the wild flowers growing by the wayside, stopping only at the top of the knoll near the wild anise bushes.

From where they stood, the Allison’s lawn looked green and smooth. They imagined how velvety the grass would feel under their dainty little feet, while at the same time, peering through the bushes to make sure that Mrs. Allison was nowhere in sight.

They waited quietly. Lester and Webster thought of a nibble or two of the young Lilly of the valley shoots springing up amongst the grass, and though it made them hungry for a snack, they promised themselves that they would not eat anything. Their main intent was playing in the Allison’s smooth and grassy lawn.

At last, with no one in sight, they hurried on downhill. The late afternoon sun was now shining directly on their faces.

As they hopped amongst the shrubs, Molly thought she saw something red dart across the trees; but it was so quick and then she didn’t see it anymore.

Molly Rabbit thought to herself that she must have just imagined seeing something. She didn’t bother to say anything to Webster and Lester. Instead she kept hopping along trying to keep up with them as they made their way to the Allison’s house.

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The Rabbits

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Main Characters

  • Webster Rabbit
  • Lester Rabbit
  • Molly Rabbit
  • Mrs. Allison
  • Mr. Allison

Other characters

  • Mr. & Mrs. Rabbit
  • Mr. & Mrs. Patches
  • Emily Patches
  • Mr. Red Fox

Publisher: Meadowcreek Books for All Readers

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This fantasy story is set in the beautiful countryside.

Webster Lester and their tween sister Molly Rabbit – who is really a kind girl, likes painting her nails, and babysitting – get into mischief when they decide to go into the Allisons’ yard to play in the grass and snack on the flowers. They get doused with water, chased by dogs and almost snatched up by a group of little league boys. For
the three rabbits, there are new dangers to face every day in the woods.

Aside from trying to avoid getting caught by Mrs. Allison when they go into her garden to play, and trying to avoid getting run over by Mr. Allison’s old lawn mower, the rabbits must look out for Mr. Red Fox!

Life for the rabbits is full of adventure and surprises!”

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Mom Where’s My Doll?

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Main Characters

  • Freda Fairmont
  • Leslie Merchant Fairmont
  • Sassafras Fairmont

Other characters

  • Mr.Fairmont
  • Indigo Fairmont
  • Maria Fairmont
  • John John Fairmont

Publisher: Meadowcreek Books for All Readers

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“Mom Where’s My doll?” is a realistic fiction christmas story about a child, Freda, not understanding why from ever since she could remember, she never got a doll from her mother at Christmas or for any other occasion. Her sisters got their Barbie and American girl dolls every Christmas, but no dolls for poor Freda! Being the child who resembles her mom the most, Freda thought she would be the pampered one, though she never wanted to be – her siblings mattered to her more than anything and she would not want them to be treated as second best. But why do her mother’s expectations of her seem to be so demanding by comparison to her siblings’? Why does she expect Freda to solve her own problems no matter how difficult they may be? There seem to be so many unanswered questions about Freda’s mother’s treatment of her. Will there be answers to Freda’s questions and if those answers are revealed will they ease her confusion and her feelings of not being loved? Will she come to understand her mother’s outlook on life? Will she start to see her mother in a new light and be able to forgive her?

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Animal Stowaway


Main Characters

  • Sam Smith
  • Lucy Smith
  • Sara Logan
  • Walt Logan
  • Larry Logan

Other characters

  • Mr. & Mrs. Logain
  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  • Cousin Harriet

Publisher: Meadowcreek Books for All Readers


The Smiths and the Logans are neighbors who enjoy doing things together. One day they go on a trip to the beach, and Sam and Lucy Smith, along with Sara, Walt and Larry Logan find a strange animal that can turn itself into a ball. They take the animal home and hide it under Sam’s bed. As the days pass the animal becomes harder and harder to hide. It squeaks when it gets hungry so the children have to keep it fed with hamburger meat. Then just when they least need more problems, Sam and Lucy learn that their cousin Harriet is going to be spending a few weeks with them. It’s hard enough to keep their parents from finding out about the animal. Cousin Harriet has a big mouth and likes to get them into trouble. How are they going to prevent her from
finding out about the animal and telling on them?

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