by Daniel Manus Pinkwater and Jill Pinkwater
School And Library, 1 v. (unpaged), Feiwel & Friends, List Price: $16.99 |
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Although Yetta the chicken manages to escape the butcher's knife, she finds herself lost on the streets of Brooklyn until she befriends the wild parrots there, in a text which has some Yiddish and Spanish phrases.
August 14, 2010 Daniel Pinkwater, Scott Simon, Liane Hansen and Sarah Beyer Kelly read from Pinkwater's new multilingual children's book, Beautiful Yetta. The book tells the heartwarming story of a Yiddish chicken who escapes from the butcher's shop and finds herself in Brooklyn, where she runs into unfriendly pigeons, Spanish-speaking parrots and much, much more.
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