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The familiar story of the Little Red Hen is given a fresh new twist as she goes through the process of making a pizza--with no help from her friends, of course. In the end, though, the little hen's friends come through in a refreshing and surprising way. Full-color illustrations.
In this version of the traditional tale, the duck, the dog, and the cat refuse to help the Little Red Hen make a pizza but do get to participate when the time comes to eat it. Reprint.
Little Red Hen makes a pizza, but the other animals do not want to help.
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In this adaptation of a traditional folktale a dog, duck, and chick refuse to help a pig prepare a turnip pie but nevertheless expect to eat it when it is ready.
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