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Little Miss Muffet

3.32 of 5 stars 3.32  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Nursery rhymes with a contemporary twist

In this version of the classic rhyme, Miss Muffet carries her tuffet (a comfy pillow) outdoors to enjoy her bowl of curds and whey. But when a sudden wind blows a spider her way, the girl is gone in a flash, leaving all behind - including her scrumptious snack, much to the delight of her cat.
Board Book, 14 pages
Published April 7th 2005 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
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I liked that little miss muffet looked like me! I learned what a tuffet looks like.
Inspired Kathy
Board book to the nursery rhyme Little Miss Muffet.
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The illustrations are just so ugly.
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Tracey Campbell Pearson was born in Norwalk, Connecticut. The youngest of four children, her family moved to neighboring Wilton when she was eight years old. While attending Parsons School of Design, she studied with Maurice Sendak and discovered her love for creating children's books. After her graduation from Parsons in 1978, -she began her career as a staff artist at American Greetings Corp. in ...more
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