Poppy and Ereth

Poppy and Ereth


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After a long, hard winter in Dimwood forest, Poppy the deer mouse finds new adventure thrust upon her while rescuing Ereth the porcupine from the mud.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollinsPublishers, c2009.
ISBN: 9780061119705
Characteristics: 208 p. :,ill. ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Floca, Brian


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Dec 05, 2013

in the last Poppy book Poppy saves Ereth the porcupine from drowwning in the mud and her husband Rye dies because of the cold trying to make a poem and its sad and now Poppy gets mousenapped from a bat named Luci.But Luci thinks Poppy is a moth and shows Poppy to her mother(luci's mom) and now Poppy must find her way back to her home.After the first book Poppy kills an evil owl named Mr.Ocax!You can order the first book now

May 02, 2013

When rye dies its sad

Jul 04, 2011

Poppy is a small deer mouse, and lives with her father, mother and hundreds of brothers,sisters,cousins.etc.They all live in a big, abandoned human house that they call, The gray house. But, there is danger, Mr.Ocax, the owl. He claims to be king of Dimwod Forest.He claims to protect the mice from porcupines. But, things go wrong when a golden mouse named Ragweed becomes Poppy's boyfriend and defies Mr.Ocax.Then, he gets eaten...BUt that just stirs up trouble. LAter she meets with a "deadly" porcupine and has to face MR.Ocax, now, it's a duel to the death.Who came out victorious? Poppy or Mr.Ocax....

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Apr 01, 2009

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Nov 05, 2011

Gr 3-5-In this lovely and fitting conclusion to a popular series, Poppy's husband, Rye, dies, and the grieving deer mouse refuses to see anyone. Then Ereth needs her help, and in the process of saving the porcupine, she is thrown into the air and flown to a cave by a young bat. Thinking she is dead, Ereth plans her funeral. Meanwhile, a fire breaks out in Dimwood Forest. Seen through animals' points of view, the story takes readers through Poppy's adventures, including being aided by her former enemy, Bounder the fox, as she tries to get home to warn the others of the danger. Ereth stays true to his character-pompous and curmudgeonly-yet devastated when he thinks he's lost Poppy, while she remains the eternal optimist and, in the end, is able to move on with her life. This heartwarming fantasy is filled with fast-moving action and danger, and has themes of friendship and loss. Fans of the series will be completely satisfied.-Kira Moody, Hunter Public Library, West Valley City, UT (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC


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