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$ 7.99

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears

Verna Aardema (A), Leo Dillon (ILT), & Diane Dillon (ILT)

List Price: $7.99 (Paperback - Folk Tale / West Africa - 2004)

Description: In this astonishingly beautiful and imaginatively illustrated picture book, Mosquito tells Iguana a tall tale that sets off a chain reaction that ends in jungle disaster. Iguana is so upset at being told such nonsense that he plugs his ears. So, of course, when Python says good morning, Iguana doesnt hear and ignores him altogether. Python suspects Iguana is plotting mischief against him, so he hides in a rabbit hole - which terrifies Rabbit. And so this amusing African legend goes, until finally the chain of mishaps reaches Mother Owl, who reacts by refusing to hoot and wake in the sun. Eventually all is resolved, and jungle life returns to normal. But although Mosquito learns her lesson and gives up telling tall tales, she adopts a worse habit. Leo and Diane Dillons striking full-color illustrations complement and enlarge upon the tale, perfectly capturing the expansive African imagination. Caldecott Award 1976 (32 pgs) Ages 4-8

Ashay says, "This book is an award winning classic folk story and always will be. Fun to read and fun to listen to. Kids love it. Gotta have it for the classroom and library, great storytelling material!"

Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 10 x 0.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 5 ounces

ISBN: AFRI978-0140549058

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