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Murmel, Murmel, Murmel

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What in the world is Robin going to do with the baby she finds in her sandbox? "Murmel, murmel, murmel," is all Robin hears coming from a hole in her sandbox. When she reaches down and out pops a baby, she finds herself in a real fix: who will take care of it? Robin's too little! Off she goes, searching her neighborhood for someone who needs a baby. The woman with seventeen cats doesn't want the baby. Nor does the grumpy man by the bus stop. It looks as though all hope is lost, until a friendly truck driver passes by. He offers to trade his truck for the baby--an exchange Robin can't refuse.

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Irene N. Watts is an award-winning playwright and children's novelist and educator. Watts is a life member of the Playwrights Guild. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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