Where's Mary's hat?

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Viking, May 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Mary simply adores hats. So when her very favorite hat disappears, she does the only thing a fashionable cow can do: She sets out to find it! Along the way Mary encounters a stork in a baseball cap, an elephant in a beanie, and even a rabbit in a racing helmet. Each animal has seen something strange, all right. But what they haven't seen is Mary's hat. Where oh where could it be? A witty storyline and bright, bold illustrations herald this delightful picture book by newcomer Barroux.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Mary, a black-and-white cow with a boxy shape, no mouth, and stick legs, asks one animal after another (13 in all) if he or she has seen her hat. Each answers no and suggests trying another. From ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kristen - Goodreads

Perhaps a bit long--I didn't end up using this in story time, but if I had I might have clipped it a bit. The overall story and punchline is fun, but I think Who Took the Farmer's Hat is probably a better example of this same punchline. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Barroux has lived and worked in France, Algeria, Morocco, Canada, and the United States. Where's Mary's Hat? is his first picture book.