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Rachel Rainbow

Rachel Rainbow

by Stefanee Campagnuolo


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An ordinary day in Little Shine becomes magical when a young girl Rachel dreams to have her town look just like a rainbow. The fun continues when her friends and family help her paint and decorate their town. They all celebrate with a colorful party eating rainbow cupcakes and drink rainbow juice. Rachel receives a magical dress as a gift, which allows her to leave rainbow marks everywhere she touches. See how anything is possible with a little help and lots of imagination.

Rachel Rainbow is a story about a little girl's dream that comes true with the helping hands of friends and family

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ISBN-13: 9781463446857
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 10/20/2011
Pages: 24
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.06(d)

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Rachel Rainbow

By Stefanee Campagnuolo


Copyright © 2011 Stefanee Campagnuolo
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ISBN: 978-1-4634-4685-7

Chapter One

Not so long ago in a town called Little Shine, a baby girl was born. Her name was Rachel. As she grew older she loved all the colors of the rainbow.

When Rachel began school she would wear colorful clothes and matching bows. She would also color rainbows on everything she owned. She was soon called Rachel Rainbow by everyone she knew.

Rachel's dream was to make her ordinary town look just like a rainbow. She asked her friends and family for their help.

Everyone agreed to get together so they could paint and decorate. They cleaned and worked really hard for days. The town was starting to look just right.

The job is now complete and Rachel Rainbow has a town that is so colorful and beautiful! Everyone is so happy they decide to have a special party.

Some friends made rainbow cupcakes, a few brought colorful ice cream, and Rachel mixed colored juices to make rainbow drinks. They all had a great time!

The roads were painted blue, each house was painted a different color, the trees were bright green, and the flowers were red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Everyone was so proud of the nice job that they had done.


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