Books by Lynne Woodcock Cravath

THREE TWO ONE DAY by Debbie Driscoll
Released: March 1, 1994

"An engaging way to rehearse the days of the week. (Picture book. 4-8)"
A moppet, blond like her mom, is busy with different activities on each day of the week, all succinctly described in verse whose play with sound and sense tickles the ear: ``Bike on Tuesday,/win or lose day./Crash and bruise day,/black-and-blue day./Hike on Tuesday,/muddy shoes day./Squishy ooze day,/explore on Tuesday.'' Days of chores at home with Mom or Dad (``Paint on Saturday,/climb the ladder day...''), attending a playschool (multicultural), and visiting friends (``Hide on Sunday,/three two one day./Ice-cream sundae, week is done day'') round out a happy, energetic seven days, all amusingly depicted in Cravath's cheerful pen-and-watercolor illustrations. Read full book review >