|aSeven little postmen|cby Margaret Wise Brown and Edith Thacher Hurd ; pictures by Tibor Gergely.
|aNew York|bGolden Books|c2002.
|a p.|bcol. ill.|c21 cm.
|aA Little golden book classic
|aPreviously published, 1952.
|aThis lively poem by the author of Goodnight Moon tells the tale of one little boy's letter. What happens after the boy drops it into the mailbox? How does it get to his grandma's house? Children will enjoy this rollicking tale of the seven little postmen who got the mail through.
This lively poem by the author of Goodnight Moon tells the tale of one little boy’s letter. What happens after the boy drops it into the mailbox? How does it get to his grandma’s house? Children will enjoy this rollicking tale of the seven little postmen who got the mail through.
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