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Last week —Richardson, Bill, 1955- author.

""In this last week, there are seven days." That's one hundred and sixty-eight hours. Or ten thousand and eighty minutes. Or six hundred four thousand and eight hundred seconds. A child counts every second because this i...

The bunny band —Richardson, Bill, 1955- author.

"A rhyming romp of a tale about a badger and a band of bunnies. Lavinia the badger loves vegetables and tends her garden with care, but one morning she discovers that her lettuce has been nibbled and her potatoes and bea...

I saw three ships : West End stories —Richardson, Bill, 1955- author.

"From one of Canada's most beloved radio personalities comes this delightful collection set around Christmastime in Vancouver's beloved West End neighbourhood. The eight linked stories in Bill Richardson's I Saw Three Sh...

Hare B&B —Richardson, Bill, 1955- author.

"After her parents are duped by a coyote who is a master of disguise, Harriet ("Harry" for short) and her seven younger siblings are left to fend for themselves. Their only resource is their parents' now-empty bedroom, s...

The promise basket —Richardson, Bill, 1955- author.

"A stone when it's thrown can damage, can break, but nothing can shatter the promise I make. So begins the poem a mother writes on a scrap of paper. She wraps the paper around a stone and places it in a basket to give to...

The aunts come marching —Richardson, Bill, 1955-

As a marching band of aunts descends on relatives, they enter the house one by one, playing their musical instruments and unleashing a cacophony of fun and chaos--much to the childrens delight and their fathers horror. A...

Sally Dog Little —Richardson, Bill, 1955-

Sally Dog Little sees two intruders that no one else can see. She gives in to their demands in the hopes of restoring order to her household.

Bachelor brothers' bed & breakfast —Richardson, Bill, 1955-
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Humorous tales of a retreat in B.C.'s Gulf Islands are told in the words of twins and hosts, Hector and Virgil. They share their own stories and philosophies and those of their customers as written in the guest book.

But if they do —Richardson, Bill, 1955-

An imaginative child isn't ready for bed. The very mention of bedbugs fires her sense of the fanciful, and she is soon doing battle with the bugs. Her father's "nighty night" only conjures up another creature in the rest...

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