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In the Islands called Pribilof where fur seals do bark, was born Virgil Partch who as Vip made his mark. He worked for Walt Disney, made Mickey Mouse walk, pulled Pinocchio's strings, made Donald Duck squawk. For cartoons unique he won further fame. Vip was the tops in the comic art game. He dwelled in a cliff house on the Ocean Pacific, drawing pictures inspired by his genius prolific. His wife he had one, his children are three, his cats numbered nine - six siamee. And now for every girl and boy, Vip's first children's book is back to enjoy!
Wonderful old favorite Christmas book that will have you and your little ones want to make cookies with sprinkles all year long!Published 3 months ago by Kathleen Capabianco
A new Christmas favorite in our house! Cute illustrations to go along with a very cute story. My daughters have enjoyed this book for a couple Christmas' now, and I see them... Read morePublished 3 months ago by quick-reads McGee
I work in the library and have always loved reading this to the students. The students love it. Best book ever. So glad they decided to reprint it.Published 4 months ago by Cindy Hardee
Charming is a weird way. It doesn't assume that children want everything to be cute or pretty, but like a little bit of oddness and eccentricity, and nails it exactly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rivkah Maccaby
My husband, a retired teacher, always enjoyed reading this to his class. Now he has his own copy to share and read to our grandsons after they have decorated their Christmas... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeanann
This book is really cute- it's sort of another version of The Grinch but with cookies. It would be great to read before making Christmas cookies with the kids and make it a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by pantsarella