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by Daniel Lane,Celeste White
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  • Author:
    Daniel Lane,Celeste White
  • ISBN:
    0881381314
  • ISBN13:
    978-0881381313
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  • Publisher:
    Simon & Schuster; 1st edition (October 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    26 pages
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    4.4
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Celeste White (Author), Daniel Lane (Illustrator). When I'm reading to him at night he always ask for The Legend of the Flying Hotdog, and takes great joy in changing the title to fit his thoughts of the moment.

Celeste White (Author), Daniel Lane (Illustrator). I think he's captivated by the fact that the main character in the book is such an evil guy, and actually that's the appealing part for me too. That the bad guy is not regulated to a walk on part at the end, only to be vanquished by the noble hero or heroine.

A wicked flying weasel's icy heart is melted by the clever boy he's taken captive. Lovely ink and watercolor paintings by the brilliant Dan Lane.

Celeste White, author. 6 October 2019 at 10:08.

ISBN13: 9780881381313. The Legend of the Flying Hotdog. by Dan Lane and Celeste White.

Celeste, Celeste When I'm on the brink You're my medicine Celeste, Celeste And I keep takin' in Your kiss and your sting. She remembers every surface she touches Pours a spell that get you wet As you call to her at the day's end Let her strip off every thread. Celeste, Celeste When I'm on the brink You're my medicine Celeste, Celeste And I keep takin' in Your kiss and your sting.

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A weasel who enjoys playing practical jokes gradually changes into a flying hotdog, but a boy's kindness convinces him to change his ways

Yozshujinn
I first heard about this book when a great friend of mine, a wonderful animation director, had this on her list of the 10 most influential books of her life.
I had never heard of it before but the title was great and I just hope that the book could live up to it, I thought, at least it must be beautiful because of my friend's artistic tastes.
In fact it has become my seven-year-old son's favorite book. When I'm reading to him at night he always ask for The Legend of the Flying Hotdog, and takes great joy in changing the title to fit his thoughts of the moment. I think he's captivated by the fact that the main character in the book is such an evil guy, and actually that's the appealing part for me too. That the bad guy is not regulated to a walk on part at the end, only to be vanquished by the noble hero or heroine. We get to see the history, along with the machinations of this "dastardly wiener", one of our favorite descriptive phrases in the book.
Make no mistake there's a hero in the story, what kind of story would it be without a hero? But his hero doesn't win by might or luck, not by trickery or guile or even wisdom, he wins by kindness. Now there is a lesson I want my son to learn… I wouldn't mind if I could learn it for myself too.
And the book is beautiful, The illustrations look like oil paintings. Most of the book takes place in the winter and the feeling of the snow and ice is palpable.
The language is beautiful, simple but not childish, with just enough words for my son to ask me, "Papa, what does that mean?"
For some strange reason this book is out of print but I was lucky enough to find a copy of it. The best thing I can say about it is, I'm hope that you're lucky enough to find a copy too!
xander
So happy we discovered this (the illustrator also did a terrific Christmas book that led us to this one). Humorous story that deals with the uglier emotions that aren't often covered in children's stories, but should be... anger, selfishness, why some people seem to enjoy being bullies,etc.
Flarik
So great!!