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Groundhog stays up late / Margery Cuyler ; illustrations by Jean Cassels.

Cuyler, Margery. (Author).
Book Book (2005.)
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Publisher: New York : Walker & Co. : 2005.
15 of 15 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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  • ISBN: 0802789390 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 0802789404 (reinforced)
Summary: Groundhog decides not to hibernate one winter, even though his friends tell him that he will become cold, hungry, and lonely.
Authors: Cassels, Jean, (ill.).
  • Baker & Taylor
    In a twist to the annual February 2nd ritual, Groundhog decides not to hibernate one winter, even though his friends tell him that he will become cold, hungry, and lonely.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Groundhog decides not to hibernate one winter, even though his friends tell him that he will become cold, hungry, and lonely.
  • McMillan Palgrave

    Groundhog loves to run and play. When winter comes, Groundhog does not want to hibernate. His friends warn that he'll be hungry and cold and lonely, but he just won't listen. Yet he soon discovers his friends were right.

    Then he has a brilliant idea! He'll have an EARLY spring! All his friends will wake up, and they can all have fun together again. But his friends aren't too happy when they find out Groundhog has played a trick on them.

    A great new twist on the groundhog's annual February ritual, this story is guaranteed to entertain, with a willful hero that children and adults will instantly recognize.

Citation:

Cuyler, Margery. "Groundhog stays up late." New York : Walker & Co. : 2005.

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