Imaginary Menagerie by W.M. Hubbard

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Exuberant illustrations and a silly rhyming text combine with peek-a-boo windows and foldout pages to encourage readers to use their imaginations as they meet a delightful parade of colorful creatures.
 

About W.M. Hubbard

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Woodleigh Marx Hubbard (www.woodleighhubbard.com) lives in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
 
Published October 1, 1997 by Chronicle Books. 6 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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Longfellow's confection is a busy child's delight: The creatures in the imaginary menagerie are slowly revealed, first in peeks through square die-cut holes, then in full-page portraits, and finally in fold-out spreads that deliver the punch lines.

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The creators of Visual Feast introduce six animals who peek through die-cut windows and lurk behind gate-fold pages in this inventively designed picture book. The volume opens with a spread of a midni

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The creators of Visual Feast introduce six animals who peek through die-cut windows and lurk behind gate-fold pages in this inventively designed picture book. The volume opens with a spread of a midni

Sep 29 1997 | Read Full Review of Imaginary Menagerie

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