Earn It! by Cinders McLeod

By Cinders McLeod

during this pleasant creation to the easy proposal of creating wealth, an exuberant little bunny learns that repute and fortune needs to be earned.
 
Bun desires to be wealthy and recognized. She likes to sing and is familiar with she’s intended for a occupation on degree. it may all be lovely easy—her mother can simply force her to the live performance corridor to accomplish! yet her mother reminds her that almost all great things, just like the backyard they're starting to be, take time and paintings. first and foremost, Bun isn’t extraordinarily taken with the assumption of making a song classes and perform, yet as she does the mathematics and daydreams approximately her destiny making a song profession, the extra she starts off to love the assumption of incomes her approach to stardom—a feeling simply nearly as good as being wealthy and famous!

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