The Seven Sneezesby Golden Books
What happens when the local rag man sneezes? The kitten’s ears end up on the bunny. The bunny’s ears end up on the kitten. The dog meows, the cat barks. “No barnyard will have me!” crows the rooster, whose tail feathers now sprout out of his head. But with a little/i>
A classic Golden Book, with lots of kid appeal, is back in print!
What happens when the local rag man sneezes? The kitten’s ears end up on the bunny. The bunny’s ears end up on the kitten. The dog meows, the cat barks. “No barnyard will have me!” crows the rooster, whose tail feathers now sprout out of his head. But with a little concentration—and a lot of pepper—the rag man tries to sneeze everything right: “Katchoo! Katchim! Katcham! Katchibble! Fumadiddle! Skedaddle! Fiddle-faddle!” Hilariously reillustrated by Bruce Ingman, this classic Golden Book will delight a new generation.
- Random House Children's Books
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- 12 MB
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- Age Range:
- 2 - 5 Years
Meet the Author
Bruce Ingman recently illustrated Allan Ahlberg’s hilarious picture books The Runaway Dinner and The Pencil for Candlewick. He was the recipient of the prestigious Mother Goose Award, presented annually to “the most exciting newcomer to British children’s book illustration,” in 1996. He lives in London, England.
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Even tjough I own tje origianl book from when my dad was a child, I was dissapointed to discover that tje original illistations were replaced.
This was one of my most memorable childhood reads. However, i wonder why the publisher chose th change the illustrations.since the original featured the rag man driving a wagon the old fashioned illustrations worked perfectly. I even read it to my children when they were young and they too loved it as much as i.
Ok it is a little short story and its that much