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Vimar, A. (Auguste), 1851-1916
The curly-haired hen / text and illustrations by A. Vimar ; translated by Nora K. Hills
New York : Desmond FitzGerald, inc., c1914
Location Call Number Status
 Closed Juvenile Historic/Ask staff  jPC.Vima7C8 1914    AVAILABLE
Mardigian Endowment Bookplate
Subject(s) Hens -- Juvenile fiction
Chickens -- Juvenile fiction
Livestock -- Juvenile fiction
Physical Description vi, 95 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm
Summary "This is the story of Mother Etienne's farm, of its jolly inhabitants, and of what happened to one of them in particular, namely "the curly-haired hen." There was big "Coco," a fine Normandy horse, and his stable companions, the three Swiss cows; there were the pigs, the rabbits and ducks--and there was Yolande, the hen who grew the wondrous cost of curly red hair which became the talk of the countryside. It is a story which will make every little girl and boy crow with delight."
Alternate Author Hills, Nora Kathleen, 1877- tr
Mardigian Endowment, 2010

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