Annotations for Country Kid, City Kid


Baker & Taylor
A delightful picture book for young readers shows how two children from two very different worlds--Ben, a kid from the country, and Jody, a kid from the city--are actually very similar. 17,500 first printing.

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Baker & Taylor
Although Ben lives on a farm in the country and Jody lives in an apartment in the city, when they meet at camp they find they have a lot in common.

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Holtzbrinck
Ben and Jody may be miles apart, but they are two of a kind. Ben is a country kid. He lives on a quiet farm, where he wakes to the peaceful sounds of cows mooing and birds chirping. Jody is a city kid. She lives in an apartment building, where her mornings begin with honking horns and wailing sirens. Their lives are nothing alike--or are they?

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McMillan Palgrave
Ben and Jody may be miles apart, but they are two of a kind.

Ben is a country kid. He lives on a quiet farm, where he wakes to the peaceful sounds of cows mooing and birds chirping.

Jody is a city kid. She lives in an apartment building, where her mornings begin with honking horns and wailing sirens.

Their lives are nothing alike--or are they?


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