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The Happily Ever Afternoon

by Sharon Jennings, Ron Lightburn (Illustrator)

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This book is very short. It probably won't take you more than two minutes to read it, even if you stop at every page and have your young child point things out.

It's written like a fantasy, involving heroes and dragons, dungeons and treasure; but the illustrations show that it's just a young boy trying to sneak his birthday treats early.

Happily, even though he *did* get a time-out for stealing his cake, he was allowed to enjoy his party anyway.

Very neatly drawn, and very simple, sweet story. ( )
  conuly | Aug 24, 2008 |
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A young boy lives a fairy tale when he tries to conquer fierce dragons -- his dog and cat -- and avoid capture while trying to get the treasure-- a table full of sweet treats.

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2 editions of this book were published by Annick Press.

Editions: 1550379445, 1550379453

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