Avalanche Annie: A Not-so-tall Tale
Way up in Michisota,
Annie's famous far and wide,
Because she roped an avalanche
and took it for a ride.
Told with read-aloud gusto by master rhymesmith Lisa Wheeler and illustrated--with tongue firmly in cheek--by Kurt Cyrus, Avalanche Annie is the wildest, woolliest, most awe-inspiring, and goofiest tall tale since Paul Bunyan hitched up Babe the Blue Ox.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - daphnejohnson - LibraryThing
Very colorful fun book for young kids. A great part of this book is for entertainment. I have selected this book for my personal go-to book because it has tons of authors craft; word art, made up words, poetry, humor. This books circles around cow names and a girl named Annie. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ElizaJane - LibraryThing
Reason for Reading: I like legends, myths, tall-tales, etc. and this sounded cute. A short, cute picture book tall tale of a large little girl who lassos and rides an avalanche into town so it doesn't ... Read full review