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There Is a Carrot in My Ear and Other Noodle…

There Is a Carrot in My Ear and Other Noodle Tales

by Alvin Schwartz

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  SteppLibrary | Mar 20, 2017 |
I wasn't too enthralled myself, but I reckon that it's a good early reader. My son has been reading me a chapter a night, and he's been fairly eager. But, I think it's more because he CAN read it, rather than him enjoying the stories. In fact, I suspect he barely got any of the jokes without me explaining (except maybe the one about the pumpkin, also by far the longest story), they were a bit above his head, poor thing. I suppose he might get more out of it if he was a couple of years older ... ( )
  Fjola | Oct 17, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0064441032, Paperback)

Meet the silliest family in the world!

Grandpa Brown tries to hatch a baby horse.Mr. Brown shouts at his underwear. And Jane Brown grows a carrot in her ear (she planted a radish). Here are six stories to make you giggle and laugh.

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A collection of six stories about a family of silly people, based on noodle folklore from America, Europe, and Asia Minor.

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