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Welcome to Corgiville--home to corgis, cats, rabbit, and to olive green trolls--and to the goat race, this New England village fair's big event. With its intricately detailed watercolor paintings, here is "as exuberant an aggregation of Americana as you'll find on land or paper".--The New York Times. Full-color illustrations.

Chronicles the events of the Corgiville Fair, especially the foul play by Edgar Tomcat in his attempt to win...

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Welcome to Corgiville--home to corgis, cats, rabbit, and to olive green trolls--and to the goat race, this New England village fair's big event. With its intricately detailed watercolor paintings, here is "as exuberant an aggregation of Americana as you'll find on land or paper".--The New York Times. Full-color illustrations.

Chronicles the events of the Corgiville Fair, especially the foul play by Edgar Tomcat in his attempt to win the goat race.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780690217926
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/1/1971
  • Pages: 48
  • Age range: 4 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Tasha Tudor is among the most prolific and revered illustrators of all time. She has written, illustrated, or been the subject of more than ninety books during a career that has spanned nearly three quarters of a century. While many of Tasha's books are published for children, they have found a welcoming audience among adults as well. Many have been inspired by Tasha's unique vision of a life lived in the style of the 1830s.

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