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Using more than forty pairs of homonyms, relates in verse how the bear, deer, horse, bee, hare, gnu, ewe, witch, tern, and "me" set sail to see the sea. Written by Emily Hanlon with pictures by Lorna Tomei.

Hardcover with dj. Delacorte Press. 1976 first printing. 6 x 9". 30 pgs.

Excellent ex-library copy. Bright, clean pages. Small library stampings inside cover and card holder. Light damage to dj. Binding tight.

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How a Horse Grew Hoarse on the Site Where He Sighted a Bare Bear by Emily Hanlon 1976


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