Andiamo, Weasel! by Rose Marie Grant

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A weaselly weasel, a sprinkling of Italian, and a gentle message about self-esteem–all in one gorgeous, funny picture book!

Mamma mia!

Perhaps trusting a weasel was not such a good idea.

First he weaseled his way out of helping to sow and tend the corn, and now he’s stolen the entire harvest! What’s a little crow to do? She’s too piccola to defend herself! So she finds a wolf–a big, snarling one–to help her. But is her new fierce friend really necessary? This piccola crow may find out that her grande spirit is all she needs. . . .
Here is a playful romp through the Tuscan countryside–complete with a sprinkling of Italian and an important message about friendship and self-esteem.

About Rose Marie Grant

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Rose Marie Grant is a sculptor, a painter, and a writer.Jon Goodell's most recent picture book is Zigazak! A Magical Hanukkah Night.
Published August 13, 2002 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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But when they get to Weasel’s den, Crow goes ballistic, driving Weasel away without the wolf’s help, proving once and for all that size doesn’t count when it comes to standing up for yourself.

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The crow agrees, but when it comes to the real chores—weeding, harvesting and moving the corn into the barn—the weasel always finds an excuse to, well, weasel out of his end of the bargain.

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