"Geckos are neither so common nor so freighted with superstition in North America as they are in parts of Asia, but they are familiar and pleasing enough to make this an ideal choice for sharing with preschoolers. (Picture book. 3-6)"
When part of a baby lizard's tail is chopped off when it's caught in a drawer, he searches for the "new look" his mother promises him.
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