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Product NameAmos & Boris
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:0.45 inches / Length:9.35 inches / Weight:0.95 pounds / Width:10.76 inches
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SKU10172011NEW_54
Price New8.89 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used2.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width0.42 inches    (convert)
Height236.98 inches    (convert)
Length10.7 inches    (convert)
Weight15.2 ounces    (convert)
AuthorWilliam Steig
Page Count32
BindingHardcover
Published01/01/1971
Long DescriptionAmos the mouse and Boris the whale: a devoted pair of friends with nothing at all in common, except good hearts and a willingness to help their fellow mammal. They meet after Amos sets out to sea in his homemade boat, the Rodent , and soon finds himself in extreme need of rescue. Enter Boris. But there will come a day, long after Boris has gone back to a life of whaling about and Amos has gone back to his life of mousing around, when the tiny mouse must find a way to rescue the great whale. The tender yet comical story of this friendship is recorded in text and pictures that are a model of rich simplicity. Here, with apparent ease and concealed virtuosity, Caldecott medalist William Steig brings two winning heroes to life. Amos & Boris is a 1971 New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year, Notable Children's Book of the Year, and Outstanding Book of the Year.
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