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Now that young William has learned to walk, his parents, brother and sisters can't seem to keep track of him, and nothing in the house is safe.
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Bob Graham is Australia's leading picture book maker. He has written and illustrated several children's picture books for Walker, including The Red Woollen Basket, Has Anyone Here Seen William?, Grandad's Magic and Rose Meets Mr Wintergarten, which was named Australian Children's Book of the Year - a third win for Bob. He lives in Australia.From Publishers Weekly:
Nobody saw William's first step. He took it right off the front stoop and tumbled into the grass. As William learns to walk, he causes the members of his family to ask one another, perhaps once a day, "Where is William?" Luckily, this highly unsupervised child finds his way to ponds that are only ankle deep, and into department store window displays instead of the hands of unseemly strangers. His family, reassuringly, always finds him, and fortunately for them, William usually manages to wear himself out by nightfall. Familiarity provides this story with its charm; readers will easily recognize the refrain around which the very funny Graham constructs his tale. Lavish watercolors reveal William in various situations. In fact, the places where he turns up will be as surprising to readers as they are for his family. Ages 4-8.
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Book Description Little Brown & Co, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110316323136