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9 X 10 1/2 In, 32 Pp, Full-Color Illustrations Throughout, Ages 4 To 8 So Why Did The Banana Split? Well, For The Same Reason The Jackhammers Hit The Road, The Lettuce Headed Out, and The Jump Ropes Skipped Town. It Was Even Enough To Make The Baseball Players Strike Out. Here's A Hint: It's Bigger Than A Bread Box. and Named Rex. With Jimmy Holder's Sly Illustrations Bringing Every Pun To Life, Rick Walton's Verbal Deftness Will Leave Readers Splitting Too--Their Sides.
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It's the question on everyone's mid: just why did the banana split?
Here's a clue: it's for the same reason that
the jump ropes skipped town,
the jackhammers hit the road,
and the cows moooved on.
And it's got nothing to do with ice cream.
Give up? Then grab you best puns and get ready to enter Rick Walton's latest word-play adventure. You'll discover so many ways to split, exit, vamoose, disappear, skedaddle, scram--well, go--that you just might wish you could stay longer.
Rick Walton in the author of Once There Was a Bull . . . frog, You Don't Always Get What You Hope For, and Pig, Pigger, Piggest (also illustrated by Jimmy Holder), all, as it happens, from Gibbs Smith, Publisher.From the Back Cover:
New Educational Edition
Includes learning activites and definitions to help your child excel at language arts.
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Book Description Scholastic, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110439092663
Book Description Scholastic, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0439092663
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-0439092663