The Terrible Eek

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Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, Sep 1, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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". . . a gallopping chase and uproarious confrontation. Bold illustrations with a skillful use of color and perspective make this ideal for story hour".-- Children's Book Review Service. Full-color illustrations.

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User Review  - jakdomin - LibraryThing

This story begins with moments that could scare younger children, but those thoughts are quickly resolved when the father mentions a terrible leek which in turn rids their house of danger. This story ... Read full review

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User Review  - h_clark - LibraryThing

This was a funny tale where the good people definitely won out in the end over the wolf and the theif. The wolf and theif get what they deserve. I thought the story was well written and the pictures were very funny too. Read full review

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Sheila Hamanaka is an award-winning fine artist whose wor

Sheila Hamanaka is an award-winning fine artist whose work has also appeared in "Scholastic" magazines as well as in k has also appeared in "Scholastic" magazines as well as in "Permanent Connections" by Sue Ellen Bridgers and Barbara Ca"Permanent Connections" by Sue Ellen Bridgers and Barbara Campbell's "Taking Care of Yoki." Ms. Hamanaka lives in Tappanmpbell's "Taking Care of Yoki." Ms. Hamanaka lives in Tappan, New York. , New York.

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