This single-volume edition gathers four of the most famous animal stories by Caldecott-winning author and illustrator Roger Duvoisin, the creator of Petunia, the famous silly goose. Richly illustrated with charming watercolor images, the tales of friendship and discovery include:The Crocodile in the Tree.
A crocodile is kind and friendly, but because of his scary-looking teeth, no one wants to be friends with him ― until Bertha the duck takes him under her wing.See What I Am.
Max the kitten observes as primary colors develop into secondary colors in the many-hued world of nature.Periwinkle.
A lonesome giraffe, unable to communicate with other creatures, is delighted to meet a frog that speaks the same language. Both animals discover that being able to talk really isn't more important than listening. Snowy and Woody.
A polar bear who's as white as the snow sets out from his Arctic home to investigate southern lands where bears are brown and grass is green.
Reprint of the Alfred A. Knopf, New York (The Crocodile in the Tree, 1973; Periwinkle, 1976; Snowy and Woody, 1979) editions and the Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Company, New York, (See What I Am, 1974) edition.
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|Grade level||2 - 4 (ages 7 - 10)|
|Dimensions||8 1/4 x 11|