The Piney Woods peddler. A peddler sets out to find a shiny silver dollar for his dear darling daughter.
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The Piney Woods Peddler book. George Shannon is a popular storyteller and former children's librarian whose many notable picture books include Tomorrow's Alphabet, Lizard's Guest, and White Is for Blueberry. Tippy-Toe Chick, Go!, illustrated by Laura Dronzek, was named a Charlotte Zolotow Award Honor Book. George Shannon lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
A peddler sets out to find a shiny silver dollar for his dear darling daughter. I used to read it to my daughter when she was 3 or so. The illustrations by Nancy Tafuri are fabulous. I saw that this book was out of print. After reading this book to your daughter, you will be unable to refer to her as other than your "dear darling daughter" and when traveling, thing "with a wing wang waddel and a jack fair faddle, it's a long way from home".
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Are you sure you want to remove The Piney Woods peddler from your list? The Piney Woods peddler. 1st ed. by George W. B. Shannon. Published 1981 by Greenwillow Books in New York. Fiction, Peddlers, Peddlers and peddling, Protected DAISY, In library. Illustrated by Nancy Tafuri. The lyrics go like this, zoli, zoli, zoli, zoli, zoli, zoli rock is my home, rock is my home.
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SHANNON, George (William Bones) 1952-PERSONAL: Born February 14, 1952, in Caldwell, KS; son of David W. . (a professor) and Doris (Bones) Shannon. Education: Western Kentucky University, . 1974; University of Kentucky, .
The story is based on an old folk song originating in the piney woods of the South.
After several transactions. The story is based on an old folk song originating in the piney woods of the South. Not knowing the song, I can only imagine from this sweet retelling that it must indeed be a rollicking toe-tapping, knee-slapping fine song.