Red, Red, Red

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Philomel Books, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 37 pages
2 Reviews
Turtle is in a big hurry. And that’s hard for turtles to do. But he’s off to see something red and he can’t be late. But is it red like Rabbit’s roses? Or Goat’s socks? Or Fox’s roof? All the neighbors want to know, so off they go in a long parade to follow Turtle. But when he finally stops, there’s nothing red in sight. Until all at once they see red, red, red.

Yet another trip into the inviting world of Valeri Gorbachev awaits young readers in this charming story. As the anticipation builds, so does the fun. And readers will be tickled—red—by the warm, rosy ending.

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User Review  - dangerlibearian - LibraryThing

Love this book, turtle is in a hurry to see something red, red, red. Everyone he passes has a guess as to what red thing he is in a hurry to see. They get so curious they follow him. The red, red, red is the sunset, gorgeous. Read full review

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User Review  - kidlit9 - LibraryThing

Turtle is going to see something red. All the animals follow him to the top of the hill by the lake, where they witness a beautiful red sunset. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Valeri Gorbachev lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Valeri Gorbachev lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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