The Lettuce Leaf Birthday Letter by Linda Taylor

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All the mailrabbit has to do is deliver a birthday card to Goose from Duck. But he keeps forgetting where he is supposed to go and who to give the card to. Fortunately, being good-natured and kind outweighs even the biggest blunders. Full-color illustrations.
 

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Published March 1, 1995 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Duck paints a lettuce leaf masterpiece for his friend Goose's birthday, and hands it to the postrabbit with instructions to deliver the missive posthaste.

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Brilliantly colored and spilling over with comical particulars, Durrell's (Mouse Tails; It's My Birthday!) buoyant pictures deserve top billing here. At the start of debut author Taylor's genial story

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