An Anteater Named Arthur

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1977 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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In a story told through his mother's eyes, Arthur is seen as a sometimes annoying, but always lovable, anteater. "Arthur's mother looks more loving than Whistler's. And much funnier." -- Publishers Weekly
 

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User Review  - amyolivia - LibraryThing

What a great book!! Wonderful story, amazing illustrations! I love all the stuff going on in the background of the pictures. I can't recommend it highly enough! Read full review

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In Chewandswallow ville it rains breakfast, lunch, and dinner instead of rain, sleet, or snow. However, they do not get to pick what they get to eat. It could rain soup one day and burgers the next ... Read full review

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Bernard Waber was the beloved author/illustrator of more than thirty picture books, including Courage, Ira Sleeps Over, and Do You See a Mouse? With the publication of The House on East 88th Street in 1962, his Lyle, Lyle Crocodile series of books became a mainstay of children's literature. A Literary Landmark plaque commemorating the adventures of this endearing New York City reptile can now be found on East 88th Street and Bernard Waber's artwork is the subject of a traveling retrospective exhibit, curated by the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. You can learn more about him at www.bernardwaber.com .

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