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Cannonball Simp
     

Cannonball Simp

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by John Burningham
 

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Children's Literature - Judy Silverman
There is a place in the world for everybody. Even an ugly, fat little dog with a stumpy tail can find somewhere to go, somebody who will accept her, and something special to do. Simp is this dog. Abandoned in a garbage dump, she is picked up by the Dogcatcher and brought to the Pound. She escapes and wanders until she finds a circus, where the clown lets her stay with him. She is curious and clever and she soon finds a way both to help her new friend and to give herself a job. Everyone is happy at the end, and Simp has earned her new name. Burningham's pictures are just right for this enchanting little story. 1994 (orig.
Children's Literature - Sonya Goldman
There is a place in the world for everybody. Even an ugly, fat little dog with a stumpy tail can find somewhere to go, somebody who will accept her, and something special to do. Simp is this dog. Abandoned in a garbage dump, she is picked up by the Dogcatcher and brought to the Pound. She escapes and wanders until she finds a circus, where the clown lets her stay with him. She is curious and clever and she soon finds a way both to help her new friend and to give herself a job. Everyone is happy at the end, and Simp has earned her new name. Burningham's pictures are just right for this enchanting little story. 1994 (orig.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780224611237
Publisher:
Random House Adult Trade Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/27/1987
Pages:
32

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Cannonball Simp 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Forget the age range for this book. I am 34 years old and I still love Cannonball Simp. This book was read to me as a child by my mother and it brings back a touch of nostalgia every time I lay eyes on it.