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Original Copyright 1961
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Timmi
This was one of my all time favorite books as a child! We actually donated it to my classes library and I regretted it so one day I put it in my back pack and it never went back haha. 20 years later and I read it to my children. It's one of those books I keep on the top shelf because of my little boy "boys like firecrackers, bows like cowboys and Indians, boys like noise" and to deconstruct as many things as they can get their little hands on. I love the honesty of William. He sets a good exampl ...more
Amber
This is my ALL TIME favorite book from childhood. Too bad there's no picture. =(
Terri
Wonderful childhood memory!
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Lilian Moore grew up in New York, received a degree in teaching from Hunter College, and did graduate work at Columbia University. She attended college during the Depression, so job opportunities were few. She worked for the Bureau of Educational Research, helping children who could not read in their Reading Clinic. Ms. Moore was also a reading specialist for the New York Board of Education. She t ...more
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