The Cantankerous Crow

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This is the story of a spunky, wayward little crow who comes from a family of crazy crows that includes a sister who tries to write and another who builds castles.

The Cantankerous Crow’s adventures begin one day when a farmer caught him eating cherries from one of his trees. The farmer put him to work, but the crow kept doing things his own way.

So he chopped up a flagpole for kindling, poured water on the cat’s head, and went on a wild wagon ride with the farmer’s son that almost ended in disaster. He didn’t do much better with a baker who tried him out as an apprentice.

This lively, brightly illustrated classic children’s book, originally published in 1953, is available again to bring this whimsical story to a new generation of readers.

$20.00

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