Little Clam by Lynn Reiser

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Meet Little Clam, a very busy and unlikely hero who lives in his shell at the edge of the sea. The hungry sea star, the hungry conch, and the hungry gull are all looking for Little Clam. They want to eat him up. As the pages turn, endearing watercolor pictures and wise warnings from Little Clam's friends--the whispering tide, the blue-eyed scallop, and a sideways crab--add to the suspense and the fun. Is Little Clam listening? Will Little Clam escape? A classic bedtime book for those who live by the sea, visit the beach, dream of the ocean . . . and for every child.
 

About Lynn Reiser

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Lynn Reiser is the creator of many acclaimed books for children, including the bilingual books "Margaret and Margarita"/"Margarita y Margaret"; "Tortillas and Lullabies"/"Tortillas y cancioncitas"; and T"he Lost Ball"/"La pelota perdida". Lynn Reiser lives in Connecticut. Lynn Reiser es autora de varios libros infantiles aclamados, entre ellos los libros bilingUes "Margaret and Margarita"/"Margarita y Margaret"; "Tortillas and Lullabies"/"Tortillas y cancioncitas"; y "The Lost Ball"/"La pelota perdida". Lynn Reiser vive en Connecticut.
 
Published September 1, 1998 by Greenwillow Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Bringing the tale ashore, Reiser (Margaret and Margarita) shows the mother telling her son, ""Sleep tight, my little clam."" Following that, in a kind of strange epilogue, is an illustrated ""A Little Clam Game,"" which shows the mother using bedclothes to imitate the movement of the tide as the ...

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