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The Tortoise and the Hare ... Disney, 1934...Silly Symphony

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The Tortoise and the Hare ... read aloud by Special Education

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The Rabbit and the Tortoise ... read-along ... asdcde

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The Tortoise and the Jackrabbit... (Susan Lowell; illust. by Jim Harris) ... click here for more about The Tortoise and the Jackrabbit
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The Tortoise and the Hare with a southwestern flair. Tortoise, living comfortably in her home on Slow Lane, awakens one morning feeling good and challenges cocky Jackrabbit to a race. Patiently bumping her way through the desert landscape, Tortoise heads for the finish line as Jackrabbit cheerfully skips—and sleeps. Roadrunner, Tarantula, Gila Monster and even a Javelina or three cheer them on. Irresistible fun for the young and old alike. (Amazon book review)
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The Great Race ... (Kevin O'Malley)
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Nate Tortoise is tired of living in the shadow of Lever Lapin. He can't go anywhere or do anything without hearing about the great exploits of that pesky hare. And Lever's head has grown to match the size of his entourage. It isn't until Nate challenges Lever to a race that this hare is put in his place . . . giving new meaning to the phrase "slow and steady wins the race
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book cover ... The Great Tortoise & Hare Counting Race.jpg .... by Melissa Mattox
"2, 2, 3..."
"What are you doing?" asks Hare.
"I'm counting," says Tortoise.
"Counting? I love to count!"
...Hare is always in a hurry, and in his rush, he forgets what number comes next. Can he wait for Tortoise to catch up? Who will win the counting race?
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