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Ziefert, Harriet What Do Ducks Dream?

Il. by Donald Saaf. ISBN 0-399-23358-X. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2001. Unp. $15.99. Children are always asking and wondering "why?" After reading this book, they may wonder if cows dream of boats floating away, or if horses dream of galloping free and pigs of pudding and pie. Saaf combines natural materials with paint in unusual illustrations that may challenge children to view familiar objects differently; their imagination will surely be sparked by the rhyming text. Ages 3-7. Reviewed by Rhonda Neiswender, Robesonia, PA
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Author:Neiswender, Rhonda
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Date:Aug 6, 2002
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