"The familiarity of plot and repetition of phrase will create eager anticipation in readers, while the large format, bright primary palette, and anthropomorphized animals will keep listeners involved from any spot in the room. (Picture book/folklore. 3-6)"
Turnips are out, carrots are in—at least in this adaptation of the classic Russian folktale and in Jan Peck's The Giant Carrot (1997).
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