The entertaining true story of Tango opens with a grandmother purchasing baby rabbits as surprise gifts for her grandsons on Easter morning. Grammy, as the children call her, ends up with a rabbit herself which she calls Tango. This playful and amusing little rabbit becomes the light of her life and a wonderful friend and companion. Grammy and Tango play games and experience some unusual, sometimes frightening adventures together. Tango is mischievous, exceptionally bright, and always striving to be the center of attention. With Grammy's help he learns to do tricks, even magic stunts. He can open toy doors to retrieve toys, play cards and a toy piano, pull a little train, pull hidden scarves out of a magic hat, and more, all quite amazing for a rabbit! Tango loves people. With his sparkeling personality and entertaining trick skills, he amazes and charms children as well as adults with staged performances, always dressed in his top hat and bowtie. Though Tango loves to tease and is full of lively fun, his most endearing quality is a special empathy and understanding connection with Grammy, even battling her depression and illness to help save her life. Tango's delightful personality is apt to touch your heart in such a way that henceforth whenever you see a rabbit you will think of Tango's story. He will bring a smile to your face and warm your heart. Pet lovers everywhere, especially children, will relate to and enjoy Tango's wonderful true story.The entertaining true story of Tango opens with a grandmother purchasing baby rabbits as surprise gifts for her grandsons on Easter morning.
|Title||:||Tango's Magic Tricks|
|Author||:||Sheryl Cesmat, Marilyn Cesmat Clague|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2005-01|