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About the author


Mary Mac Ogden holds a doctorate in United States History with expertise in southern history. She is an independent scholar, writer and advocate. Her research interests explore the relationship between progress and power. She is the mother of two daughters, one serving in the Marine Corps in Japan.
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The Little Man In The Soup Can
by Mary Mac Ogden

Overview


A whimsical, beautifully written and illustrated poem about a little man and his happy life with the pea, the potato, and the celery in the soup can. This book will appeal to the imagination of every child and the illustrations will transport the reader to a wonderfully imaginative world of friendship and joy.
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Description


A wonderful poem about the world of the little man that lives in the soup can. This book is for children young and old. The illustrations are heartfelt and beautiful and coincide perfectly with the playful and happy text . This is a story that will attract all who appreciate the art of the book and the traditions of past authors like Beatrix Potter and Margaret Wise Brown.
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Overview


A whimsical, beautifully written and illustrated poem about a little man and his happy life with the pea, the potato, and the celery in the soup can. This book will appeal to the imagination of every child and the illustrations will transport the reader to a wonderfully imaginative world of friendship and joy.

Read more

Description


A wonderful poem about the world of the little man that lives in the soup can. This book is for children young and old. The illustrations are heartfelt and beautiful and coincide perfectly with the playful and happy text . This is a story that will attract all who appreciate the art of the book and the traditions of past authors like Beatrix Potter and Margaret Wise Brown.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Language:English

Pages:36

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098355302


Overview


A whimsical, beautifully written and illustrated poem about a little man and his happy life with the pea, the potato, and the celery in the soup can. This book will appeal to the imagination of every child and the illustrations will transport the reader to a wonderfully imaginative world of friendship and joy.

Read more

Description


A wonderful poem about the world of the little man that lives in the soup can. This book is for children young and old. The illustrations are heartfelt and beautiful and coincide perfectly with the playful and happy text . This is a story that will attract all who appreciate the art of the book and the traditions of past authors like Beatrix Potter and Margaret Wise Brown.

Read more

About the author


Mary Mac Ogden holds a doctorate in United States History with expertise in southern history. She is an independent scholar, writer and advocate. Her research interests explore the relationship between progress and power. She is the mother of two daughters, one serving in the Marine Corps in Japan.

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