By Else Holmelund Minarik
Little endure is so happy with the image he has drawn that he asks rooster to take it to his grandmother. Grandmother is so pleased with it that she sends him again a thank-you kiss.
How the kiss is handed from Grandmother, to chicken, to Cat, to Little Skunk, to an attractive woman skunk, and again to Little Skunk, and the way finally it comes back to rooster and at last to Little undergo will satisfaction childrens simply studying to read.
Else Holmelund Minarik and Maurice Sendak, the creators of the 1st Little undergo e-book for starting readers, once more mix their striking abilities in a young tale choked with heat and laughter.
This loved vintage is an ALA striking kid's ebook and a New York Times top Illustrated Book.
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