By Don Freeman, Lisa McCue
The youngest lovers of Corduroy, one of many best-loved kid's booklet characters for over 40 years, will savor those basic, strong board books-now to be had in a bigger measurement with an up-to-date, sleek glance.
In Corduroy's Busy Street, childrens can meet the individuals of Corduroy's neighborhood: the letter provider, rubbish collector, police officer, and extra.
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By the time she had prepared tea, washed up, done the ironing,1 sewn on a few buttons and sent the children to bed, she was glad to go to bed herself. So it was a great event for her when she went two or three times a year to see her parents who had a little market garden not far from London. Sometimes if she went on a Saturday she would take one of the children to show off to Grandma,2 but that couldn't be done very often as it cost money. It was after Len had recovered, and while Mum was still at home, that she and Ally went to Wych Cottage together.
What luck! Suddenly he remembered that there was no light on the third landing. So that flight might be the worst place of all. If he passed it safely, he might be all right. Going up silently on tiptoe, Val could smell kippers. He thought enviously of the lucky grown-ups who could come home to their tea every night without fearing anybody or anything. Passing the dark corner he stretched out his hands. Nothing. He was almost up. Safe. One more flight to home. 8 Luckily, Thompson was not in a mood for fighting.