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Crinkleroot's Visit To Crinkle Cove (edition 1998)

by Jim Arnosky

Series: Crinkleroot

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Title:Crinkleroot's Visit To Crinkle Cove
Authors:Jim Arnosky
Info:Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing (1998), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 32 pages
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Crinkleroot searches for his friend, a small orange snake, through a soggy shoreland woods to the lake, under lily pads, and on a grassy knoll full of frogs, examining the animals and plants along the way.
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Where is Sassafrass the snake? Is she in the forest? Is she in the shed? You can follow right along with Crinkleroot as he explores this special habitat called Crinkle Cove -- through the forest, past the fishing shed, near the lake -- searching for a small orange snake who just can't be found anywhere.

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Crinkleroot searches for his friend, a small orange snake, through a soggy shoreland woods to the lake, under lily pads, and on a grassy knoll full of frogs, examining the animals and plants along the way.

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