Just Stay Put by Gary Clement
A Chelm Story (Folk & Fairytales)

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Disinclined to work and perpetually daydreaming, Mendel leaves his family behind to journey to exciting Warsaw, an adventure that is cut short when a shepherd rearranges the napping Mendel's boots.
 

About Gary Clement

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Gary Clement, who also has only two eyes, is the winner of the Canadian Governor General's Literary Award for "The Great Poochini." He lives in Toronto, Canada.
 
Published February 27, 1996 by Groundwood Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Chelm, that village of ``extremely silly'' (as Clement words it) folk, is the setting of a splendidly idiotic tale of Mendel, a lazy man with his head literally in the clouds.

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Clement paints Mendel the dreamer as a pale, bearded giant with his head literally in the clouds, and uses giant imagery again on the road to Warsaw, where grassy hills blanket huge, sleeping men and women.

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