Ants in my Pants by Wendy Mould

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Jacob would rather play with his trains than get dressed and go shopping. But when he reluctantly prepares to put on his pants, he finds they are full of ants! Much to his delight—and much to Mum’s consternation—each ensuing piece of clothing contains a creature or two as well—a fox in his socks, geese in his fleece, kittens in his mittens, and so on . . . and it seems as though Jacob will never be fully dressed. But then the promise of newly fallen snow tempts him outside, and Mum gets a surprise of her own when she goes to put on her hat. Genuine toddler humor and simple rhymes guarantee that this lively tale will be a hit, especially with young children still refining their dressing skills.

About Wendy Mould

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Wendy Mould is a first time author illustrator who appeared on the doorstep of Andersen Press with the sketches for this book. She lives in London.
Published August 17, 2001 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Talk about imaginary friends—this entire bestiary is conjured to rescue Jacob from a morning of shopping with his mother.

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Jacob would much rather stick around the house in his pajamas and play with his toy train than go shopping with his mother.

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