All in One Hour

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Marshall Cavendish, Feb 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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In a rhythmic pattern similar to "The House That Jack Built," a mouse leads a wild chase through a town as the minutes tick by. From 6 o clock a.m. to 7 o clock a.m., various animals, a dogcatcher, a robber, and a policeman join the chase. Just before the hour is up, a slippery encounter with a pile of banana peels sends everyone home. Illustrated with action-packed, cut-paper illustrations, this book is an all-around delight at any hour of the day."
 

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User Review  - hcurrey - LibraryThing

Useful for helping students understand telling time to the minute, as well as a fine example of a cumulative tale. Beautiful but surreal paper-cut illustrations. Read full review

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User Review  - LeilaniKTaylor - LibraryThing

It all starts with a mouse. The cat chases the mouse, the dog chases the cat, the dogcatcher chases the dog.... Somewhere in the middle of all that, a bank robber who is chasing the dogcatcher who ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

SUSAN STEVENS CRUMMEL has collaborated with Janet Stevens, her sister, on several picture books, including the The Littlenbsp;Red Pen; Help Me, Mr. Mutt!,nbsp; Texas Bluebonnet winner Cook-a-Doodle-Doo!; and the Texas Bluebonnet nominee And The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon. A former teacher, she now writes children's books and makes author appearances at schools full-time. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas.

Dorothy Donohue earned her Masters degree at Rhode Island School of Design and has since illustrated numerous books for children. She has teamed up with Holiday House author Jan Carr on several occasions for seasonal favourites such as "Dappled Apples", "Frozen Noses", "Splish, Splash, Spring" and "Sweet Hearts" (Holiday House).

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