Cold Feet

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Dk Pub, Sep 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Willie McPhee, the finest bagpipe player in all of Scotland, goes looking for customers who have a wee bit extra to spend on merriment, he finds more than he bargained for. On a cold, wet, miserable night, Willie trips over a tree trunk in the dark. Peering closer, he sees that the fallen tree isn't a tree at all, but a man, a DEAD man, lying stone cold frozen in the snow. "A-A-A-aaaaah!" screams Willie. But then he notices that the body is wearing some fine-looking boots.

A poor man is a practical man, and so soon Willie has a shiny new pair of boots. He puts them to good use tricking a stingy farmer -- and then, in a startling twist, the original owner

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User Review  - dms02 - LibraryThing

It may not be that this was a bad was that I poorly selected it to read to my 3 year old. Dead man in the woods who gets his feet and shoes ripped off...not so uplifting before bed :) Read full review

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Too scary for sensitive 7-year-old. Read full review

About the author (2000)

CYNTHIA DEFELICE has written many acclaimed novels for children, including contemporary and historical fiction and mysteries such as "Under the Same Sky," "Bringing Ezra Back," and "The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitaker," She lives in upstate New York.

Robert Andrew Parker has illustrated more than seventy books for children, including THE HATMAKER'S SIGHN (Orchard Books) and, most recently, SLEDS ON BOSTON COMMON (Simon & Schuster). His POP CORN AND MA GOODNESS was a Caldecott Honor Book. Mr. Parker lives in West Cornwall, Connecticut.

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