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Yours Truly, Goldilocks Paperback – Bargain Price, August 1, 2001
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From Publishers Weekly
The Three Little Pigs invite their storybook pals to their new, wolf-proof home for a housewarming party; the wolf, meanwhile hatches a plan to ambush the proceedings. PW wrote, "While this sequel to Dear Peter Rabbit succeeds as a stand-alone, it offers double the fun in tandem with its predecessor." Ages 4-8.
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From School Library Journal
Kindergarten-Grade 3ALike Dear Peter Rabbit (Atheneum, 1994), this charming book tells its story through an exchange of letters. Here Ada chronicles the attempt of the three little pigs to plan a housewarming party. Meanwhile the villains from the previous title are still up to no good, spying on the residents of the forest and planning an attack on the homeward-bound guests. Fortunately, the surprise is on them and the two wolves lose both their pride and their fur. This is fairy-tale fun at its best. Following these well-loved characters on a new adventure tickles the imagination with fanciful "what ifs." Tryon's wonderfully intricate colored drawings, with their delightful details and carefully wrought scenarios, bring the action to life. Perspective plays an important role in many of the pictures, from the wolf's telescope-lens view of his victims, to an interior scene of Peter Rabbit's den. Warm colors and sharp details pull readers right into the Hidden Forest. The climactic scenes are on wordless double-page spreads that perfectly convey a sense of frivolity and fear, while the final letter leaves readers hoping for yet another installment. Get on the mailing list for these letters.ABeth Tegart, Oneida City Schools, NY
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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