A children's book by Yael Assaf, illustrated by Na'ama Amitai. Originally in Hebrew, this is David Kriss' English translation. It is a product of 'HIPPY', the Research Institute for Innovation in Education, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. The basic story runs as follows: Pete plays pretend, turning himself into a horse, an airplane, a cat, a bird and all sorts of other things as grandmother prepares a supper of vegetable soup. Each time grandmother asks for Pete's help, he has a pretend excuse and so she must do it all herself. When dinner is ready, instead of serving it up, she sets down to relax and ignores hungry Pete. Now she is pretending to be a giraffe and so she is unable to talk to Pete or serve his supper. In the end, Pete does have his supper but he also washes up the dirty dishes.
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1992 CONNELLY-3 PUBLISHING GROUP/HIPPY STORYBOOK stapled-wraps SOFTCOVER
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