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Lucinda Owl is the tale of young owl who upon entering school has great difficulty learning to read and write. Through the help of her friend Billy Bunny, and that of a wise old owl she eventually learns to overcome her dyslexia. This book is aimed at helping young children deal with the social consequences of having Dyslexia.
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Betsy von Furstenberg (Elizabeth Caroline Maria Agatha Felicitas Therese, Freiin von Fürstenberg-Hedringen, born 16 August 1931) is an American radio, television, film, and Broadway actress. Birth and childhood Her parents were Franz-Egon, Graf (Count) von Fürstenberg-Hedringen (1896-1975) and his first wife, Elizabeth Foster Johnson (1899-1961), an American from Memphis, Tennessee. Her stepmothers were Gloria Guinness, Clara Ghyczy, and Joan Siegel. She has two half siblings, Baron Franz-Egon, and Baroness Dolores (Mrs. Patrick Guinness). Though some published sources have described Betsy von Furstenberg as a countess, she is in fact a freiin (baroness) by birth, according to the last published issue of the Almanach de Gotha. Children of the counts von Fürstenberg-Hedringen are known as freiherr (baron) or freiin, and the sons only move up in rank to graf if they inherit the primary title. Von Furstenberg attended the Gardner School and graduated from Miss Hewitt's Classes. Career Betsy von Furstenberg has appeared on Broadway in "Second Threshold" (1951), "Oh, Men! Oh, Women!" (1953), "The Chalk Garden" and "Child of Fortune" (1956), "The Making of Moo" (1958), "Step on a Crack" (1962), "The Frog Pond" (1965), "The Paisley Convertible" and "Wonderful Town" (1967), "Avanti!" (1968), "The Gingerbread Lady" (1970), and "Does Anybody Here Do the Peabody?" (1976). She does not use the umlaut of her family surname in her professional career nor its compound hyphenation.
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Book Description Betsy von Furstenberg Press, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110708842399