From Publishers Weekly
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This book was a favorite for us growing up, and became a favorite for our children. It's a great story, and we wanted to share it with our grandson.Published 2 days ago by Bix Delish
Twenty six years ago, I missed ONE day of my Kindergarten year and it was the day that we made stone soup, after reading Stone Soup. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jodi
Born in 1953 I loved this book as a child and my children loved itPublished 3 months ago by Scottie Burnett
Lessons for gown-ups who see scarcity rather than abundance.Published 3 months ago by Lynn Perez Hewitt
I remember seeing this for the first time as a kid while watching "Captain Kangaroo". I always loved the story. It is just as I remember it.
Still very entertaining. Read more