Langley loves to run and play with his sibling puppies. But he has a big problem—his ears are too long. They’re always in his way, and everyone teases him. He trips over them when he runs, and they give him away when he plays hide and seek. He’s tried everything from pinning them up to tucking them in, but nothing seems to work. Dejected, he gives up trying to fit in. But when his siblings disappear in the thick forest, he learns how handy his extra-long ears can be. Not only does he save the day, but he learns that what’s between your ears is most important. This is a charming, funny story from first-time author-illustrator Julia Goshke.
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Published May 18, 2006
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.