Animal Stowaway Available on Kindle

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Book:            “The Animal Stowaway”

Author:        “Sarah V. Lewis”

Imprint: Meaddowcreek Books for all Readers

Illustrator:  Adela Lewis

The book “The Animal Stowaway” is about a group of children who in the summertime, found an exotic creature which can turn itself into a ball and unfurl into a regular shaped animal with two front paws and two hind feet.  At first they did not know what type of an animal it was but because of its habit of turning into a ball and back again into its mousy self, it became an object of great interest to these children. They knew their parents would not allow them to hang on to this unknown creature, so they snook it into the house and hid it under their bed for the whole summer without the slightest knowledge of their parents!  How is that possible? You will have to read the story to find out! And too, there was one thing the children forgot to find out before taking the animal home!  It was a busy summer for the children, trying to keep the secret animal from their parents, and when cousin Harriet the big mouth arrived on the scene, things got even worse! But two of the children found out that they really liked each other after all!…. Read on! Happy summertime reading!

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MAY 2014: It’s springtime once again

MAY 2014:It’s springtime once again, and everything is sending out blossoms. We must thank God for his wonderful and beautiful world! Get the children reading wholesome books with stories that teach positive lessons about getting along with others, caring about people even though they may not care about you!

Hard to do? Then read “The Rabbits” a story about some well-meaning children and a gardener who had no patience with them.

GOOD NEWS! Children love to read e-books and Your children can read “The Rabbits” on KINDLE and at a reduced price! There are also copies available on

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The Rabbits
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‘The Rabbits’ teaches compassion and forgiveness

This is Sarah V. Lewis, author of the book “The Rabbits”, which  is now published and available on  It is also available on Kindle.

This book, which is set in the beautiful countryside in the spring and summer time, is a Fantasy story, that  teaches young readers about forgiveness and compassion towards others. We see the Rabbits children, Webster, Lester, and their sister Mollie, showing compassion towards the character, Mrs. Allison, who had no tolerance for the rabbits whatsoever. Nevertheless, they were ready to save her when they thought she was in danger. We see here that the Rabbits had already forgiven her because without hesitation or thought of the way she had been treating them, they ran to her rescue. We also see compassion when Mollie Rabbit begged her brothers, Webster and Lester, to make sure no guns were used to capture Mr. Fox and his family. And she could not hold back the tears when she saw Mr. Fox, all haggard and tired, lying there as though dead.  No one else seemed to care whether he meant well or not, but Mollie knew in her heart that Mr. Fox really did not want to hurt any of them.  His reputation had preceded him and no one expected anything good from him. The immediate reaction of the Rabbit boys and their sister Mollie, showed that they did not think twice about helping Mrs. Allison, their sworn enemy.  All they knew was that they had to save her when she was confronted by Mr.Red Fox. The Fox family was also saved when the children called the Animal Control Center, who quickly took the animals to the safety of the zoo. This is a wonderful book for young people to read.This book can also be enjoyed by readers of all ages!


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Sarah V Lewis Website Launch

Welcome to the website of children’s book author Sarah V Lewis. For more about Sarah V Lewis please view the “About the Author“. Get more information about books by Sarah V Lewis via the “Books” page. Read about Sara V Lewis works in progress on the “Works In Development” page.

Use the “Contact” page to contact Sarah V Lewis