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A man who lives at the edge of the woods discovers that he need not rely on the store for a supply of good things to eat.
Phyllis Krasilovsky Mamoru Funai
Best known for her picture books, although also the author of two young adult novels and numerous magazine and newspaper articles, some of them humorous Krasilovsky s first two books were accepted for publication when she was nineteen and newly married Both of them were written in response to real children The Very Little Girl 1953 was originally a birthday card for her sister s child, and The Man Who Didn t Wash His Dishes 1950 , a humorous cautionary tale illustrated by Barbara Cooney, was written for her husband s five year old cousin who was dying of leukemia The Cow Who Fell in the Canal 1957 , illustrated by Peter Spier, was inspired by an incident observed while bicycling through Holland Other books were inspired by her four children and memories of her own childhood She wrote four Man books, and finally one about The Woman Who Saved Things 1993 One of Krasilovsky s favorite books was The Shy Little Girl 1970 , based on one of her own daughters, and sensitively illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman Her two young adult novels, The Popular Girls Club 1972 and L.C Is the Greatest 1975 , were based on her own experiences growing up in Brooklyn Read answers topic phyllis
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