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32 Results
Mushroom in the rain —Ginsburg, Mirra.

How can an ant, butterfly, mouse, sparrow, and rabbit all take shelter from the rain under the same mushroom?

The chick and the duckling —Suteev, V. (Vladimir).

Hatched at the same time, the chick does fine imitating the duckling until the latter goes for a swim.

Across the stream —Ginsburg, Mirra.

A hen and three chicks are saved from a bad dream by a duck and three ducklings.

Two greedy bears —Ginsburg, Mirra.

A clever fox teaches two bears a lesson about greed.

Good morning, chick —Ginsburg, Mirra.

When he tries to imitate a rooster, a newly-hatched chick falls in a puddle.

Clay boy —Ginsburg, Mirra.

Wanting a son, an old man and woman make a clay boy who comes to life and begins eating everything in sight until he meets a clever goat.

Mushroom in the rain —Ginsburg, Mirra.

How can an ant, butterfly, mouse, sparrow, and rabbit all take shelter from the rain under the same mushroom when, at first, there was only room for the ant?

Merry-go-round : four stories —Ginsburg, Mirra.

A collection of four fables featuring animal characters.

Four brave sailors —Ginsburg, Mirra.

Four mice are brave sailors who fear nothing except the cat.

The Chinese mirror —Ginsburg, Mirra, author.

A retelling of a traditional Korean tale in which a mirror brought from China causes confusion within a family as each member looks in it and sees a different stranger.

Where does the sun go at night? —Ginsburg, Mirra.

Every night the sun goes to the house of his grandma, the deep blue sky, is tucked in bed by his grandpa, the wind, and is awakened the following day by the morning.

The sun's asleep behind the hill —Ginsburg, Mirra.

The sun, the breeze, the leaves, the bird, the squirrel, and the child all grow tired after a long day and go to sleep.

Asleep, asleep —Ginsburg, Mirra.

Everything everywhere is asleep except for the wind and one wakeful child.

Three kittens —Suteev, V. (Vladimir)

Records the adventures of three playful kittens.

Kitten from one to ten —Ginsburg, Mirra.

A kitten explores objects from 1 to 10.

Which is the best place? —Ginsburg, Mirra.

The rooster on the fence and the goose on the grass argue about which place is best and get a different answer from each animal friend they consult.

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