What's hard for just one
Can always be done
If one helps the other —
Friend, sister, or brother.
A cat without a home meets a dog without a bone at the start of this endearing tale, recounted in catchy rhymes by Louis Untermeyer, one of America's most beloved twentieth-century poets. The illustrated story follows the animal friends into a deep, dark forest, where they encounter an owl, a bear, and other creatures that work together to build a happy home.
"Robert Jones' exuberant conception of this animal fable will tempt the beginner to read every caption," declared Kirkus Reviews
upon this book's initial publication. Out of print for decades, One and One and One
returns to delight readers and listeners with this charming new Dover edition.
Reprint of the Crowell-Collier Press, New York, 1962 edition.
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|Author/Editor||Louis Untermeyer, Robert Jones|
|Grade level||Kindergarten - 3 (ages 6 - 10)|
|Dimensions||8.25 x 11|