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The Adventures Of Henrietta Ham
     

The Adventures Of Henrietta Ham

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by Donna Raheb
 

Run for your life, or get cooked for dinner!

Henrietta and Tanya fall into the chute at the canned ham factory while taking a tour with their parents, and - oh, no! - they get pressed into hams! Fortunately for the two friends, Momma and Poppa just happen to make a life-saving purchase in the canned ham factory store at the end of the tour.

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Run for your life, or get cooked for dinner!

Henrietta and Tanya fall into the chute at the canned ham factory while taking a tour with their parents, and - oh, no! - they get pressed into hams! Fortunately for the two friends, Momma and Poppa just happen to make a life-saving purchase in the canned ham factory store at the end of the tour. Unbeknownst to them, Momma and Poppa bring the two little girls home with them all sealed up in their cans, along with other treasures from the factory store. Now what will happen to Henrietta and Tanya? Will they be trapped in the cans of ham until they are opened to be eaten for dinner? Or, will they be able to escape with their lives to enjoy the priceless days of their childhood? And will they still be the same little girls they once were? Join Henrietta Ham and her friend Tanya in their exciting, heart-warming and educational outdoor adventures!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781432701420
Publisher:
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date:
08/31/2007
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
0.08(w) x 8.50(h) x 11.00(d)

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The Adventures Of Henrietta Ham 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
storiesforchildren More than 1 year ago
What happens when two young girls tour a canned ham factory with their parents and accidentally fall into a chute? They become living canned hams! Luckily the decision by the parents of one of them to purchase a couple of canned hams at the factory store near the end of the tour turns out to be a life-saving act for the girls. When Momma Terri decides to fix the hams for Sunday dinner, Henrietta and her friend Tanya begin to jiggle on the tray covered with pineapple and cherries. Jumping off the tray, they run outside to play and get in a canoe on the pond. What kind of adventures do the two ham-shaped human children have with a carp, ducks, a great blue heron, and bees? And can canned hams swim? Author Donna Raheb has certainly come up with a unique idea for a children's book. Youngsters will laugh at the obviously improbable premise of the story, and they will enjoy both the exciting adventures that Henrietta and Tanya have and the full page color illustrations by Bill Dougal which well portray the action. Also, they will appreciate the girls' joy in being outside, free, and alive after being cooped up in their cans. In addition, there are some practical lessons to be learned, such as always wearing a life vest to be safe in the water, and interesting information about the different wildlife that the girls encounter. Meet Henrietta and other books in The Adventures of Henrietta Ham series should prove welcome additions to the world of children's books.