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Puss-in-Boots

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 1,913 Ratings and 136 Reviews

Book Description
Charles Perrault first published his collection of classic French folk tales 300 years ago, including "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty," and this entertaining story about a most clever feline. In Puss and Boots, a poor miller dies and leaves his youngest son nothing but a cat. The son is none too happy about it, either; " ...once I've eaten my cat and made a muff out of the fur, I'm sure to starve,"... More
Book Information
PublisherCrowell
BindingHardcover (100 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100690038224
ISBN-13978-0690038224
Publication Date/1978
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About Charles Perrault (Author) : Charles Perrault is a published author. A published credit of Charles Perrault is Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault.
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1/6/2008 Nick Gressle said:
I love this book and my kids love this book. It is a weekly favorite. Classic tale and Fred Marcellino's pastel work is spectacular. This is one of those stories that can keep folks of any age engaged. And the illustrations are so rich in color and texture that your eyes scan the book page after p... more

tags: I read, I recommend, Inspired me

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