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How Does a Czar Eat Potatoes?

by Janosch Anne K. Rose

Rose cleverly translates Janosch's book, in which the czar drinks tea from a sugar-loaf while the peasant father only dreams of sugar. Children will appreciate the poetic style, while grown-ups will think: how true are these life contrasts. "And your father, how does he bathe? My father, bathe? In the summer when it's hot The river awaits him. In the winter when it's cold He waits for summer. And that's the way, that's the way My father bathes."

A Letter for Tiger

by Anthea Bell Janosch

In this delightful picture book, you will meet Little Bear and Little Tiger who star in "A Trip to Panama." They are joined by mice, moles, Auntie Goose, A hare with fast running shoes, and more... Picture descriptions present.

The Old Man and the Bear

by Edite Kroll Janosch

Gregory works to earn money so that he can buy birds to set them free. One winter, he has no food, so he takes his bird to the bear for help. Later, the bird repays the favor. Images removed.

¡Qué Bonito Es Panamá!

by Janosch Ana Perez

Eranse una vez un pequeño osito y un pequeño tigre que vivían a la orilla del río. Ahí, donde sube el humo, junto al árbol grande. Y tenían también una barca...

Tonight at Nine

by Janosch

What do the animals do all day? Practice the instruments they must play, So children 'round the world will know: Night has come; to bed they must go. A clever bedtime story told in rhyme.

The Trip to Panama

by Anthea Bell Janosch

From the Book Jacket: Little Bear and Little Tiger live together in their house down by the river. They are quite content with their life until one day Little Bear finds a crate marked PANAMA floating in the river. The crate smells strongly of bananas and Little Bear takes it home in great excitement to show Little Tiger. Panama suddenly becomes their dreamland and they will not be content until they have been there. This amusing fable, in Janosch's inimitable style and with his enchanting illustrations, is sure to be a winner with children and parents alike.

The Yellow Auto Named Ferdinand

by Janosch

He gets stuck on the mountain, he falls in a lake, and one day he goes all the way to Africa! Other books by Janosch are available in this library.

Yo te curaré, dijo el pequeño oso: la historia de cómo una vez el pequeño tigre estuvo enfermo

by Janosch Regino García Badell

Un otro cuento del osito y el pequeño tigre. El tigre "se cayó al suelo. Y allí se quedó tumbado en mitad de la pradera. ..."

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