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Jan Brett's Animal Treasury

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Four of Jan Brett's very best animal stories, together in one treasury.

The fun includes stories of two mice couples who agree to swap homes with unexpected results; an armadillo on a rootin'-tootin' adventure at the Curly H Rodeo; a crowd of rain-forest animals on a surprising river ride in an umbrella; and a snow bear family finding an Inuit girl asleep in their igloo.

Four stories in this treasury to cherish:
Town Mouse, Country Mouse
Armadillo Rodeo
The Umbrella
The Three Snow Bears

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About Jan Brett

With more than 34 million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation's foremost illustrators of children's books. As a child, she decided to be an illustrator and spent much of her time reading and drawing. As a student at the Boston Museum School, Jan spent many hours in the Museum of Fine Arts. Travel is also a constant inspiration, so with

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With more than 34 million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation's foremost illustrators of children's books. As a child, she decided to be an illustrator and spent much of her time reading and drawing. As a student at the Boston Museum School, Jan spent many hours in the Museum of Fine Arts. Travel is also a constant inspiration, so with

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