The Jolly Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe

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9780968511800: The Jolly Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
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What do you really do when you live in a shoe? Everyone should know.

One day Billy and Ben have an exciting adventure as they learn what goes on in a house that looks like a shoe. The old woman shows them around, and the boys are inspired, their imaginations are opened to see the benefits of getting along as parents and children and brothers and sisters.

For those children that can only dream because of sickness or other trying circumstances this story will enrich their lives with many happy thoughts and aspirations.

The Jolly Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe celebrates the successes of children and is sure to bring a smile to old and young alike.

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This 56 page book has 24 full page color pictures that intrigue children with their unique style and detail.

About the Author:

I listened many times as my mother recited this happy story. The catchy rhymes made me smile and remember the positive message. I felt uplifted and encouraged. Because of the good effect this story had on me I wrote a book. I want to pass this story on to as many children as possible. It is dedicated to parents and children everywhere. May this story bring a smile to your face!! Give your children a gift that will enrich their lives.

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Minnie McKnight
Published by Fun For Kids Publishing (1999)
ISBN 10: 0968511805 ISBN 13: 9780968511800
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(Portland, ME, U.S.A.)

Book Description Fun For Kids Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0968511805

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