The Deep Deep Puddle by Mary Jessie Parker

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Many beguiling details, such as a cat pinching its nose and a robber grabbing for dollar bills, are there for the spotting. Kids will be happy to dive right in, whether it’s shared in a lap or as part of a group.
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Young puddle jumpers will delight in this silly Seuss-like fantasy about a puddle that keeps on growing. How deep can it get? So deep that soon enough, glub glub glub, the entire city sinks out of sight, only to reappear later with everything in disarray. This ingenious urban counting tale will engage young ones learning their numbers, as well as older readers who will enjoy the overlying story and the breezy artwork.
 

About Mary Jessie Parker

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Mary Jessie Parker is a former teacher and current children's book author. She lives in Illinois.Deborah Zemke is a designer, illustrator, and writer of children's books. She lives in Missouri with her family.
 
Published April 18, 2013 by Dial Books. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Children's Books.
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on Feb 27 2013

Many beguiling details, such as a cat pinching its nose and a robber grabbing for dollar bills, are there for the spotting. Kids will be happy to dive right in, whether it’s shared in a lap or as part of a group.

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