Other books byDorothy Kunhardt
Kitty's New Doll
KITTY AND HER mother go to the toy store for her very first doll. Which one does Kitty choose? Not the doll that walks and talks. Kitty chooses a rag doll that can’t do anything, not even sleep. “But she can pretend cry and pretend sleep . . . and she can say anything I want her to say,” says Kitty. And as she walks home with her new doll, she holds it close and pretends that it says, “I love you.”
Pat the Bunny Book & Plush (Pat the Bunny)
This book and plush set is a wonderful gift for parent and child that extends the interactive experience with a soft cuddly plush.
Junket Is Nice
WHAT IS JUNKET? Junket is a delicious custard and a lovely dessert. But why is the old man with a red beard and red slippers eating such an enormous bowl of junket, and what could he possibly be thinking about while he feasts? That’s a good question! And one that the old man poses to the crowds and crowds of people that gather to watch him. In fact, almost everyone in the whole world wants to know the answer to this riddle. And only one little boy has the answer. This ingenious book of inspired nonsense was the very first from Dorothy Kunhardt, whose Pat the Bunny has delighted generations of young children.