Jack and the Beanstalk by Joy Schleh
How a Small Fellow Solved a Big Problem

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Using clever cutaway views, architectural diagrams and bird's-eye and worm's eye views, this is the retelling of the magical story of the young lad who sold the family cow for a few beans. The beans grew into a mighty plant that reached as high as the sky.

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Lorenz a Professor of media at Pratt Institute in New Schleh is a freelance illustrator.
Published September 1, 2002 by Harry N. Abrams. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Children will pore over each outsized spread (and skip Lorenz’s long-winded concluding statement) as they cheer Jack’s victory over not only the towering, snaggle-toothed giant, but a tiger-sized cat, malevolent-looking rats, and other adversaries.

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