PB Dow (Shelved in Waldorf)
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2004), Paperback, 104 pages
The adventures of Tiptoes Lightly, who lives in an acorn high up in the branches of a Great Oak Tree.
104 p.; 9.02 inches
1453806342 / 9781453806340
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Tiptoes Lightly lives in an acorn high up in the branches of a Great Oak Tree. One morning she finds a note lying on her floor. It says: "Please help! Bee has lost his Buzz!". She and her friend, Jeremy Mouse, set off down Running River to help the hapless bee. Mr. Cactus, being extra grumpy, indeed, extra thorny, has snagged Bee's buzz on one of his thorns. Thus begins the adventure. The Tales of Tiptoes Lightly is comprised of three adventures: 'The Bee who lost his Buzz', 'Pumpkin Crow' and 'Lucy Goose and the Half-egg.' Lavishly and lovingly illustrated by the artist-author, they are humorous, sanguine and droll. They are innocent and magical nature tales, suitable for reading to young children or for young children to read.
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