The Tale of Paul Bunyan

Illustrated by Luke Flowers
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Hardcover
$5.99 US
On sale Jan 14, 2020 | 24 Pages | 978-1-9848-5179-6
This terrific tall tale is about the tallest lumberjack ever and his big blue ox!

Lumberjacks came and went, but none left their mark like the great Paul Bunyan.

This Little Golden Book shares the very entertaining and very tall tale of everyone's favorite lumberjack and his giant ox, Babe. When Paul Bunyan was a baby, his first sneeze blew a flock of ducks south! When Paul Bunyan was a man, his footprints filled with rain, and each one turned into a lake! Paul Bunyan wasn't real, but young children will have a great time hearing his story and learning about tall tales.
Lori Haskins is a former editor of children's books and the author of some of our most successful Step into Reading titles, including Ducks in Muck and Too Many Dogs. View titles by Lori Haskins Houran

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This terrific tall tale is about the tallest lumberjack ever and his big blue ox!

Lumberjacks came and went, but none left their mark like the great Paul Bunyan.

This Little Golden Book shares the very entertaining and very tall tale of everyone's favorite lumberjack and his giant ox, Babe. When Paul Bunyan was a baby, his first sneeze blew a flock of ducks south! When Paul Bunyan was a man, his footprints filled with rain, and each one turned into a lake! Paul Bunyan wasn't real, but young children will have a great time hearing his story and learning about tall tales.

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Lori Haskins is a former editor of children's books and the author of some of our most successful Step into Reading titles, including Ducks in Muck and Too Many Dogs. View titles by Lori Haskins Houran

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