7 edition of Who stole little snail"s house? found in the catalog.
Who stole little snail"s house?
A little snail slips out of her shell-house to take a bath in a dew drop, and when she is finished, she cannot find her house.
|Statement||by Barbara Veit ; illustrated by Anna Laura Cantone ; translated by Marianne Martens.|
|Contributions||Cantone, Anna-Laura, ill., Martens, Marianne.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.V48728 Wh 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2006100314|
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Kindergarten-Grade 2—A young snail steps out of her shell and hides it beneath a leaf so she can take a bath, but when she returns, it's gone. Consecutive spreads depict her asking various animals, from an ant on up to a cow, whether they have stolen her "house."Author: Barbara Veit.
Get this from a library. Who stole my house?. [Barbara Veit; AnnaLaura Cantone; Marianne Martens] -- A little snail slips out of her shell-house to take a bath in a dew drop, and when she is finished, she cannot find her house. Aside from a protagonist with an engagingly goofy look (and wits to match), this inane tale has little to recommend it.
Snail slips out of her shell to take a bath and then, as the text awkwardly puts it, "Just as she was about to slip back into her house, something terrible happened.
There was nothing under the leaf!" Snail proceeds to alienate an ant, a bird, a mouse and a tedious array of. An illustration of an open book.
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El caracol que quería saber quién le robó su casa =: the snail that wanted to know who stole his house. [Barbara Veit; Anna Laura Cantone] -- A little snail slips out of her shell-house to take a bath in a dew drop, and when she is finished, she cannot find her house.
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