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Corduroy writes a letter / by Alison Inches ; illustrated by Allan Eitzen ; based on characters created by Don Freeman.

Inches, Alison, (author.). Eitzen, Allan, (illustrator.). Freeman, Don, 1908-1978 (creator.).

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  • 6 of 6 copies available at Bibliomation.
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Jonathan Trumbull Library - Lebanon. (Show)
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Jonathan Trumbull Library - Lebanon JE INCHES (Text to phone) 33430141192146 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Derby Public Library JE FRE (Text to phone) 34047141094657 Juvenile Easy Available -
Douglas Library of Hebron JE-ER INC (Text to phone) 33400147151669 Juvenile Reader Available -
Seymour Public Library JE FREE (Text to phone) 34043144471083 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -
Somers Public Library J RDR FRE (Text to phone) 34042145485027 Juvenile Reader Available -
Woodbury Public Library J-ER FREEMAN (Text to phone) 34018142692203 Juvenile Easy Reader Available -

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First published in 2002 by Viking Children's Books.
Summary, etc.:
Corduroy shows Lisa that writing letters to express your opinion can make a difference.
Subject: Corduroy (Fictitious character) > Juvenile fiction.
Teddy bears > Juvenile fiction.
Letter writing > Juvenile fiction.
Letters > Juvenile fiction.
Letter writing > Fiction.
Letters > Fiction.
Teddy bears > Fiction.
Genre: Readers (Publications)
Readers (primary).

Syndetic Solutions - Summary for ISBN Number 152478866X
Corduroy Writes a Letter
Corduroy Writes a Letter
by Freeman, Don (Created by); Inches, Alison; Eitzen, Allan (Illustrator)
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Corduroy Writes a Letter

Lisa is learning how powerful letters can be. When she wants the bakery to add more sprinkles to the cookies they sell, she writes a letter to the baker, and he adds more. But when she wants to contact the movie theater owner about a problem, she thinks he's too important and won't respond. Can Corduroy help his friend with her good deed?

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