Hurry Granny Annie by Arlene Alda

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Have to hurry, can't be lateCatching something, something great.What's Granny running so fast to catch? Join Ruthie and her friend to find out in this fast-paced read-a-loud which had a splendid start in hardcover. Now our favorite high-speed grandmother takes off in paperback.

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About Arlene Alda

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ARLENE ALDA is the author of Arlene Alda'¬?s ABC, Hurry Granny Annie, and 97 Orchard Street. She lives in New York City.Eve Aldridge, like Granny Annie, enjoys running to catch something great, though mostly she just manages to catch up. Eve also illustrated SARAH'S STORY for Tricycle Press, and she lives in Oakland, California.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Published April 1, 2002 by Tricycle Press. 32 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Alda (Arlene Alda’s 1 2 3, 1998, etc.) gives the tale an upbeat tempo, right to the surprising destination—at land’s end overlooking an ocean sunset—that provides a foil to the chase.

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As Alda's (Pig, Horse, or Cow, Don't Wake Me Now) jaunty tale opens, Ruthie is floating in an inner tube with her fishing pole when Granny Annie rushes by.

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