One Monday Morning by Uri Shulevitz

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The king and the queen and their growing entourage return each morning to a tenement street until the little boy they have come to visit is home to greet them.

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URI SHULEVITZ received the Caldecott Medal for "The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship" by Arthur Ransome. He is the author and illustrator of numerous books, including two Caldecott Honor Books, "Snow" and "The Treasure," and, most recently, "So Sleepy Story," one of "Time" magazine's "7 Books Kids Will Love." He lives in New York City.
Published February 1, 1974 by Charles Scribner Sons. 48 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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A floppy toy leaning against a rain-streaked window...a little boy gazing out the window...a dismal, deserted city street...One Monday morning (turn page quickly) the king (carrying an umbrella), the queen, and the little prince (in procession) came to visit me.

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In this charming story, first published in 1967, a queen and prince call on a city-dwelling boy one Monday morning, but as he tells readers, "I wasn't home."

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