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Can't catch me —Hassett, John.

In this version of "The Gingerbread Man," an ice cube runs away to sea hoping to grow as big as an iceberg and bump into boats.

The three silly girls Grubb —Hassett, John.

In this revision of the familiar tale "The Three Billy Goats Gruff, three sisters manage to outwit Ugly-Boy Bobby who spends his time under the bridge they must cross on their way to school.

Goodnight Bob —Hassett, Ann (Ann M.), author.

"It's bedtime for Bob. But, oh no, he sees a pair of eyes in the dark! Who is it? With a flashlight, Bob discovers it's a friendly creature wishing him goodnight. Goodnight, Bob! Then more eyes appear. Who is it now? "--...

A mouse in the house —Hassett, John.

When Nana Quimby is upset by the mouse in the house, Father gets an owl, which also upsets Nana, so Mother gets a dog ... until the family ends up with an elephant in the house.

Too many frogs —Hassett, Ann (Ann M.)

With rapidly increasing numbers of frogs coming out of her basement, Nana Quimby asks assorted neighborhood children for help, but finally it is up to her to come up with a solution.

The nine lives of Dudley Dog —Hassett, John.

A persistent dog chases one cat after another, paying no heed to the dangers of busy streets, trains, bees, bulldozers, skunks, or raging fires.

Come back, Ben —Hassett, Ann (Ann M.)

A balloon takes Ben on an adventure.

The family Christmas treasury : tales of anticipation, celebration, and joy.
Sound Recording
2013
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A collection of beloved Christmas stories featuring some of the world's favorite characters.

The finest Christmas tree —Hassett, John.

After Farmer Tuttle is unable to give his wife a Christmas hat because he can not sell his Christmas trees, he receives a mysterious letter requesting his very finest tree.

Cat up a tree —Hassett, John.

With rapidly increasing numbers of cats stuck in her tree, Nana Quimby asks for help from the firehouse, the police, the pet shop, the zoo, the library, and even city hall, but no one will help rescue the cats.

Cat up a tree —Hassett, John.
Electronic Resource
1998

With rapidly increasing numbers of cats stuck in her tree, Nana Quimby asks for help from the firehouse, the police, the pet shop, the zoo, the library, and even city hall, but no one will help rescue the cats.

The finest Christmas tree —Hassett, John.
Ebook
2010

Every year Farmer Tuttle loads his truck with Christmas trees fresh from his farm and drives down to the city to sell them. Then he picks out a special Christmas hat to bring home to Mrs. Tuttle. But one year, people sto...

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