Python's Party

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Oxford University Press, 1991 - Animals - 32 pages
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Deep in the jungle, Python is very hungry. All the animals keep out of his way until he thinks of a clever scheme. He'll throw a party and everyone is invited. Now, who could pass up a good party?
Goat and Fox, Parrot and Gnu--they all come, and everyone takes turns doing special party tricks. But Python's is a dirty trick, and it takes elephant to save the day!
Now in paperback, Brian Wildsmith's fanciful animal drawings and brisk and amusing text make even a Python's party fun.

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About the Author:
Brian Wildsmith is one of the most beloved and honored children's illusrators working today. Among his many books for Oxford are Professor Noah's Spaceship, Fishes, and The Bible Story.

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