"A rebus poem by its very nature begs to be reread, but with ebullient wordplay and a nostalgic tug at the (admittedly adult) heart, this one will be especially hard to let go. (complete poem at end) (Picture book. 4-9)"
When sun, rain and snowflakes collide, a strange store suddenly rises up at the end of Pumpkin Street.
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