In this joyfully absurd romp Polly Horvath is in top comedic form.
©2004 Polly Horvath; (P)2004 Random House Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
"The sly humor is just right for upper-elementary-school kids, and this book should be a fun read-aloud for younger listeners." (School Library Journal)
"Absurd characters and situations and witty repartee are Horvath's strengths...the wordplay is a great argument for reading this aloud; adults will enjoy the story almost as much as children." (Booklist)
"Chuckles for little girls"
My grand-daughters aged 8 and 10 live in France, next to a field of cows, and their neighbours, who happen to be called - Pepin. They adored the silly doings of the fictional Pepins, and listened again and again. This was a complete success!
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