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The Day the Baby Blew Away
When the wind spies Mama and Papa's beautiful baby it vows to steal her and whisks her away down the road and across the town causing havoc everywhere it blows. But Baby will not stop crying, even when the wind steals old Mrs McGinty's shawl to keep her warm. Grandpa saves the day by catching the wind with his lasso and tying it up until it is sorry for what it has done ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 29th 2004 by Frances Lincoln Children's Bks
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This book was weird at best. Sometimes rhyming (rather poorly) and sometimes not even attempting it. Part of me wonders if this is some sort of weird French book. The story was strange and the illustrations were bizarre. I especially was confused by the word-bubble style cussing above Mrs. McGinty's head. "Y?!??"xxRR2311" Was it her swearing? I don't know. It was just a weird book.