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Kermit the hermit —Peet, Bill.

After a mean, selfish crab is rescued by a boy, the crab searches for a way to repay the kindness.

The kweeks of Kookatumdee —Peet, Bill.

The birdlike kweeks are starving because their island does not have enough ploppolop fruit trees to feed them all, until Quentin makes an amazing discovery.

Bill Peet : an autobiography. —Peet, Bill.

The well-known author and illustrator relates the story of his life and work.

Chester the worldly pig —Peet, Bill.

A disgruntled pig sets his sights on being more than something to eat.

Cowardly Clyde —Peet, Bill.

For a war horse, Clyde is an abysmal coward, but he finally decides that even if he isn't brave he can at least act brave.

Farewell to Shady Glade —Peet, Bill.

The animals of Shady Glade are forced to leave their country setting when bulldozers and tractors begin developing the area. They ride a train to a new area to begin their lives again.

Jennifer and Josephine —Peet, Bill.

A cat and her home, an old car in a junkyard, suddenly find themselves on the road with a reckless, frenzied travelling salesman at the wheel.

The caboose who got loose —Peet, Bill.
Book + CD
2008
Availability: 9 of 10

Tired of being last on the smoky, noisy freight train, Katy Caboose wishes for some way to escape from the endless track.

The spooky tail of Prewitt peacock. —Peet, Bill.

When Prewitt's shamefully scraggly tail develops the appearance of a scary greeneyed monster, the other peacocks decide it has to go.

Smokey —Peet, Bill.

When Smokey the steam engine hears that he's headed for the junk yard, he decides to have one last, long journey. But unexpected obstacles keep Smokey from enjoying his ride and he ends up at the bottom of a pond, certai...

Encore for Eleanor —Peet, Bill.

Eleanor the elephant, a retired circus star, finds a new career as the resident artist in the city zoo.

Jennifer and Josephine —Peet, Bill.

A cat and her home, an old car in a junkyard, suddenly find themselves on the road with a reckless, frenzied travelling salesman at the wheel.

Cowardly Clyde —Peet, Bill.

For a war horse, Clyde is an abysmal coward but he finally decides that even if he isn't brave, he can at least act brave.

The gnats of Knotty Pine —Peet, Bill.

The smallest creatures of Knotty Pine Forest avert the horrors of the hunting season in a very "sportsgnatlike" way.

Huge Harold —Peet, Bill.

Harold the rabbit grows and grows--to dimensions which deprive him of normal hiding places but help him, after a bizarre chase, to an astonishing and wonderful achievement.

Jethro and Joel were a troll —Peet, Bill.

Jethro and Joel, a two-headed troll, goes on a rampage through the countryside.

Cock-a-doodle Dudley —Peet, Bill, author

Dudley the rooster's ability to make the sun rise with his crowing is questioned by a spiteful goose, whose malice almost destroys the popular rooster.

The luckiest one of all —Peet, Bill.

Wishing to be a bird, a little boy learns that there are benefits and drawbacks to every condition and that being a little boy may be the best of all.

Merle the high flying squirrel. —Peet, Bill.

Unhappy about the noise and clutter of the city, a squirrel travels west to find peace and quiet in the forest of giant trees he has heard about.

Pamela Camel —Peet, Bill.

A tired and dejected circus camel finds long-sought-after recognition along a railroad track.

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