Annotations for Waynetta and the Cornstalk : A Texas Fairy Tale


Albert Whitman & Co
Times sure are tough on the ranch, and Waynetta and her ma can use all the luck they can get. But when Waynetta trades their last longhorn for a handful of so-called magic corn, Ma is none too pleased. "The only magic this corn's got is the disappearin' kind," she says, and tosses it out the window. But come the next morning, there's a giant cornstalk growing up to the sky, and Waynetta climbs it to find her own luck... Helen Ketteman's Texas-style retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk" is full of cowgirl sass. Diane Greenseid's paintings bring rollicking new life to a familiar tale. The author lives in Florida; the illustrator lives in California.

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Baker & Taylor
A retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk" which features a Texas cowgirl, a magic cornstalk, and a giant cowboy in the clouds.

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Baker & Taylor
A Texas-style retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk" finds Waynetta trading her ma's last longhorn for a handful of so-called magic corn which produces a giant cornstalk, prompting Waynetta to climb it up to the sky. By the author of Armadilly Chili.

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