Terrible Teresa and other very short stories

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Dutton Children's Books, Sep 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
This book contains fourteen stories that are very short and very sly, very amusing, and very appealing. Each is told in four lines and four panels, with the turn of the page starting a new one. Sure to bring giggles from children and knowing smiles from adult readers, the quirky cast of characters includes terrible Teresa the teaser, a canine contestant in a dog show who really looks more like a cat, and a boy named Fred who never wants to go to bed. Whimsy prevails in these stories, which are perfect for the busy parent of today's on-the-go youngsters. Lighthearted and larky, these will leave listeners begging for just one more.

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TERRIBLE TERESA: and Other Very Short Stories

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A preschool short-story collection is an unlikely concept, but newcomer Cuetara comes up with some classic two-page, four- frame tales. There's Fred, who hates to go to bed, ``hides out in the shed ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

Mittie Cuetara is the mother of a baby and an older sibling. She wrote "Terrible Teresa and Other Very Short Stories" and "The Crazy Crawler Crane and Other Very Short Truck Stories,

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