- Author:Karen Barbour
- Publisher:Harcourt Childrens Books; 1st edition (September 1, 1991)
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Come rain or shine the colorfully clothed gentleman lives on the street outside a small grocery store. As told by the boy whose parents own the store, Barbour's ( Nancy ; Little Nino's Pizzeria ) picture book presents the social phenomenon of homelessness in uncomplicated prose and bold artwork, painting a very real picture of a bustling city neighborhood. Amid the hubbub, Mr. Bow Tie is befriended. He helps out at the store and finally-through the efforts of the narrator's family-is reunited with his aging parents.
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Two children and their parents befriend a homeless man living on the street and help him find his family. ISBN13: 9780152561659. Release Date: September 1991. Publisher: Harcourt Children's Books.
A family befriends a gentle, homeless man called Mr. Bow Tie by discovering the man's true identity and helping him find his own family show more.
Mr. Bow Tie. Karen Barbour. Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books, 1991.
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