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Candlewick Press, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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-- funny stories
-- pictures that make words easy to guess
-- eight-page stories that can be finished in one sitting, ensuring a satisfying reading experience
-- notes for parents and teachers to help them guide beginning readersBrand New Readers are the most effective way to make reading a success -- the very first time.

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About the author (2002)

Amy Ehrlich has had a long and distinguished career in children's books, both as an author and an editor. Her books include Rachel, The Story of Rachel Carson and the retelling of many fairy tales like The Wild Swans, Cinderella, Thumbelina, The Snow Queen, Rapunzel and A Treasury of Princess Stories. Ehrlich is also a winner of The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award for her novel Joyride, which was also chosen Booklist Choice Best Book of the Decade.

Barney Saltzberg was born in Los Angeles, California. He fell in love with drawing at an early age, encouraged primarily by his mother, who bought him drawing pads instead of coloring books so he could create his own art. Barney went on to study art at Sonoma State College in Northern California. Barney moved back to Los Angeles in the late 1970's and took a class at Otis/Parsons in children's book writing and illustration. His first published children's book, It Must Have Been the Wind, came out of that class. He now has published close to thirty books. Saltzberg carries around a sketchbook and is constantly doodling and writing things down. In addition to writing and illustrating children's books he has recorded two albums for children. Where, Oh, Where's My Underwear? and most recently The Soccer Mom From Outer Space! He has also written and produced songs for the PBS show, Arthur.

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