Donna L. Washington (Author) Jeffrey Ebbeler (Illustrator)
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DescriptionAward-winning storyteller Donna L. Washington has cooked up a delightfully spooky tale in this imaginative twist on the classic "Goldilocks." Curly Locks is a good-hearted girl, but she's an awful cook. All the townspeople of Toadsuck Swamp know to steer clear of her peculiar dishes--like batwing brownies and toad eye toffees. So it's quite a mystery when one of her dishes goes missing from her windowsill. Next morning, chaos breaks out in town and word spreads how the Scares of Toadsuck Swamp are running wild and terrorizing the town at mealtime. They shriek "Gitchey Boo, Gitchey Bon! Gitchey Goo, Gitchey Gone!" and send folk running for their lives! But Curly Locks isn't frightened, and she has an inkling her unsavory cooking can help corral those Scares for good. Exercising tremendous narrative skill, internationally known storyteller Donna L. Washington breathes a spirited new life into an old classic. Her clever, can-do protagonist and joyful language pair brilliantly with Jeffrey Ebbeler's fantasy-like illustrations. This enchanting read is a treat for any time of the year!
Peachtree Publishing Company
September 07, 2021
10.16 X 10.08 X 0.47 inches | 0.79 pounds
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About the Author
Donna L. Washington is a professional storyteller, multiple-award-winning recording artist, and children's book author. She performs all over the country at festivals, schools, and libraries and gives workshops for parents and educators. A graduate of Northwestern University with a BS in speech, she has won numerous awards for her storytelling recordings. She lives with her family in North Carolina, where they have a wonderful time coming up with stories together over meals. Jeffrey Ebbeler, a graduate of Art Academy of Cincinnati, has been creating art for children for almost twenty years and has illustrated over fifty books. After college he worked for a puppet theater sculpting marionettes and performing. He also created many large-scale animal puppets for the Central Park Zoo. He lives in Ohio.