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By Peter Linenthal

glance! The solar is emerging at baby?s house.

In this pleasant follow-up to Look, Look! and Look on the Animals!, a baby?s day unfolds. daring, blackand- white illustrations and a hot, basic textual content are ideal for sharing with youngsters simply starting to glance and examine. an amazing bathe gift!

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Wait,” I said. ” Billy looked at his watch. “Like I said, I don’t have all day. ” Uncle Arvie tried again. He wiggled and wobbled his arms. He flapped them up and down and waved them all around. He turned in circles. “Foomf! ” he grunted. Nothing happened. “Stupid geezer,” Billy said. “Stupid dog. ” He was trying to sound mad, but I had the feeling he was disappointed—as if he really wanted to see Uncle Arvie fly, as if he really wanted Uncle Arvie to be a ghost. He circled us on his bike. “Man, are you gonna be sorry,” he said, and he rode off.

I tried to shake him, but my hand wiggled through his arm. ” Billy stared up at the window, waiting. When I tried to pat Uncle Arvie’s face, my fingers passed through his cheek and under his nose. ” But no matter what I did, I could not wake him. I saw Billy pick up a rock. “Please, please, please,” I begged Uncle Arvie. He snored. At last I said, “Come on, Bo,” and went outside. Billy tossed the rock up and down in his hand. ” he said. ” “The ghost is asleep! Oh man, oh man. ” Bo growled. “Look,” I said.

He said, and he lay down on the desk and fell asleep. Bo curled up at the foot of the desk and he, too, fell asleep. Uncle Arvie slept all day, and I was glad. It was very hard keeping up with a ghost who spoke his own language and asked for favors. I wondered where his painting was and how hard it would be to finish it. That night, as I lay in bed, I remembered Billy Baker. If Billy really had seen Uncle Arvie, then Billy, too, had seen a ghost. Wouldn’t Billy be surprised to know that? I stared out the window and searched the sky for a bright star.

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