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The Little Red Ant and the Great Big Crumb

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4 out of 5
Based on 6 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
This distinctly Mexican version of an old fable found in Spain, Portugal, and France is retold and updated by a well-known storyteller. The little red ant has found a wonderful crumb, but she's not strong enough to carry it all the way home. Going from one creature to the next, asking for help, the little red ant is surprised to discover who is the strongest of all. Spanish words add to the text's... More
Book Information
PublisherClarion Books
BindingHardcover (9 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages40
ISBN-10B001P5HDK4
Publication Date09/18/1995
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About Shirley Climo (Author) : Shirley Climo is a published adapter, author, and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Shirley Climo include The Cobweb Christmas, Tuko and the Birds: A Tale from the Phili... more
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About Francisco X. Mora (Illustrator) : My life in pencil lines by Francisco X. Mora I was born Francisco Xavier Mora Paz, in Mexico City in the year 1952. My Father, Luis Mora, was an artist, an art teacher, and a man with a great se... more
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