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Il. by Rosalind Charney Kaye. ISBN 0-68981338-4. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 1999. Unp. $16.00. On a trip to the market, a husband and wife encounter a wide assortment of people. The husband habitually sees the worst in everyone he meets. After he is too grumpy to buy the luscious red strawberries that his wife admires, she decides that she finally has had enough of his moodiness. Readers will be surprised to find out how the wife tricks this grumpy man into changing his attitude. Ages 4-7. Reviewed by Traci M. Stengel, Limerick Elementary School, Royersford, PA
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Author:M. Stengel, Traci
Publication:Childhood Education
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 22, 1999
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