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REBECCA EMBERLEY has created more than thirty books for children, including her favorite, MY MOTHER'S SECRET LIFE. She lives in Kittery, ME. Her father, ED EMBERLEY, has written and/or illustrated more than eighty books, including DRUMMER HOFF, winner of the Caldecott Medal. He lives in Ipswich, MA.

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"This retelling of the classic story is packed with humor, and their signature style of creating bold images makes each page pop." --Florida Times-Union "As they did in Chicken Little (2009), the Emberleys present a stylish take on a well-known fable. Shapes and colors collide playfully in hyperbolic collages--the animals' crazed, mismatched eyes alone should elicit giggles." --Publishers Weekly "The short, simple text allows for instant audience participation and offers a satisfying lesson on cooperation and fairness. A perfect read-aloud for storytime, this is another fresh, fun twist on a well-loved folktale." --School Library Journal "Following the success of their Chicken Little (2009), the Emberleys join forces to reinterpret another avian folktale with artwork that is somewhat reminiscent of Byron Barton's collaged version of the same story, but with a generous helping of zany color and wacky personality thrown in." --Kirkus Reviews This retelling of the classic story is packed with humor, and their signature style of creating bold images makes each page pop. "Florida Times-Union" As they did in Chicken Little (2009), the Emberleys present a stylish take on a well-known fable. Shapes and colors collide playfully in hyperbolic collages--the animals' crazed, mismatched eyes alone should elicit giggles. "Publishers Weekly" The short, simple text allows for instant audience participation and offers a satisfying lesson on cooperation and fairness. A perfect read-aloud for storytime, this is another fresh, fun twist on a well-loved folktale. "School Library Journal" Following the success of their "Chicken Little" (2009), the Emberleys join forces to reinterpret another avian folktale with artwork that is somewhat reminiscent of Byron Barton's collaged version of the same story, but with a generous helping of zany color and wacky personality thrown in. "Kirkus Reviews"" "This retelling of the classic story is packed with humor, and their signature style of creating bold images makes each page pop." -"Florida"" Times-Union ""As they did in Chicken Little (2009), the Emberleys present a stylish take on a well-known fable. Shapes and colors collide playfully in hyperbolic collages--the animals' crazed, mismatched eyes alone should elicit giggles." -"Publishers Weekly" "The short, simple text allows for instant audience participation and offers a satisfying lesson on cooperation and fairness. A perfect read-aloud for storytime, this is another fresh, fun twist on a well-loved folktale." -"School Library Journal " "Following the success of their "Chicken Little" (2009), the Emberleys join forces to reinterpret another avian folktale with artwork that is somewhat reminiscent of Byron Barton's collaged version of the same story, but with a generous helping of zany color and wacky personality thrown in." -"Kirkus Reviews""" "As they did in Chicken Little (2009), the Emberleys present a stylish take on a well-known fable. Shapes and colors collide playfully in hyperbolic collages--the animals' crazed, mismatched eyes alone should elicit giggles." -"Publishers Weekly" "The short, simple text allows for instant audience participation and offers a satisfying lesson on cooperation and fairness. A perfect read-aloud for storytime, this is another fresh, fun twist on a well-loved folktale." -"School Library Journal " "Following the success of their "Chicken Little" (2009), the Emberleys join forces to reinterpret another avian folktale with artwork that is somewhat reminiscent of Byron Barton's collaged version of the same story, but with a generous helping of zany color and wacky personality thrown in." -"Kirkus Reviews"""

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