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Someone is Talking About Hortense (Four Little Troubles)

by James Marshall

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Hortense wakes up one morning to discover that people are talking about her. She spends her day trying to figure it out, all while getting herself worked up into a tizzy. She finds that there was nothing to be upset about when her friends throw her a party!
  michebee | Nov 2, 2016 |
Hortense the raccoon wakes up with the uncomfortable feeling that someone was talking about her. This goes on all day, in all her encounters with friends. She can't understand it until she goes home that night and hears talking and laughing coming from her house. A surprise birthday party! ( )
  UWC_PYP | Jul 4, 2006 |
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Best known for his canon of classic hilarious children’s books, including favorites like GEORGE AND MARTHA, MISS NELSON, and THE STUPIDS, James Marshall has no rival when it comes to goofy fun. With the same silly spirit and charm, he presents four expressive stories about four little troubles. Marshall fans will cheer the return of these four little gems, out-of-print since 1987. These books, previously available as the boxed set FOUR LITTLE TROUBLES, are now back in print and available separately. Each small book, in a new paperboard format, will undoubtedly ease the troubles facing all young children.

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All day Hortense is plagued by the uneasy feeling that others are talking about her.

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