The Gingerbread Boy
"Run run run as fast as you can. You can't catch me! I'm the gingerbread man."
In this modern retelling of a nursery classic, Caldecott-winning illustrator Richard Egielski adds an urban twist to a well-loved tale. This time, the gingerbread boy is on the loose in New York City, and he taunts everyone from construction workers to subway musicians, until his fateful chase through Central Park!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lcisabell - LibraryThing
The Gingerbread Boy is on the run in New York City, running and laughing and being chased by a rat, construction workers, musicians, and a police officer on a horse. This hungry bunch cant seem to ... Read full review
THE GINGERBREAD BOYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Egielski (Buz, 1995, etc.) applies his paintbrush to a familiar tale—and transplants it to an urban setting—about the gingerbread boy who is too enticingly delicious to avoid pursuit, and too naive ... Read full review