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Pepito was lonely because all the other children liked to swim and fish and play games, and Pepito just liked to DANCE! He was different. His Grandmother undersood and said this little rhyme to him:

"If every child ere like every other,
You wouldn't know who was your sister or brother.
And if every flower was just the same,
'Flower' would have to be each flower's name."

Pepito didn't understand the rhyme until he danced for a sick little girl, and when she smiled, he said, "I'm glad to be me!"

Written and illustrated by Eugene Fern. One of my favorite vintage children's books. The illustrations are lovely!

Hardcover, no dj. E.M. Hale and Co Pub. 1964 First Cadmus Edition.

Good condition. Ex-library copy. Light soiling and cover wear. Binding tight. Minor soiling and creasing to pages. A few small school stampings. Card holder on back inside cover.

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Pepito's Story by Eugene Fern 1964


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