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Pantaloon (A Golden Classic)

Pantaloon (A Golden Classic)

Kathryn Jackson

Language: English

Pages: 4

ISBN: B01K94GDOI

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Pantaloon is a poodle with a sweet tooth. He adores cookies and yummy pastries. So when the Baker is looking for a helper, Pantaloon applies for the job.

“Oh, no, Pantaloon!” says the Baker. “You look to me as if you’d eat more than you’d bake.” But Pantaloon proves him wrong in this charming Golden classic, brilliantly reillustrated by Steven Salerno.

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grin, and began to bake the biggest, roundest, most beautiful cake ever. Now, Pantaloon was in his bathtub, scrubbing his back with a long-handled brush. Through the window came the beautiful smell of that beautiful cake. In a wink, Pantaloon was out of his bath. He hurried down the street, holding a big green umbrella in front of him. “This way,” he said, “I can see the Baker’s shop—and the Baker can’t see me!” And he stopped in front of the window. That wonderful shop looked even

grin, and began to bake the biggest, roundest, most beautiful cake ever. Now, Pantaloon was in his bathtub, scrubbing his back with a long-handled brush. Through the window came the beautiful smell of that beautiful cake. In a wink, Pantaloon was out of his bath. He hurried down the street, holding a big green umbrella in front of him. “This way,” he said, “I can see the Baker’s shop—and the Baker can’t see me!” And he stopped in front of the window. That wonderful shop looked even

tasted countless pastries to prepare for Pantaloon—has illustrated many popular picture books for children, including The Dirty Little Boy, by Margaret Wise Brown, and Chicken Chuck, by Bill Martin Jr. He also wrote and illustrated Little Tumbo, Coco the Carrot, and Harry Hungry! A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Steven has created illustrations for magazines, advertising campaigns, retail graphics, and product packaging. He lives and works in New York City. www.stevensalerno.com

chocolate eclairs?” He tried on all his hats, and pretended each one looked much finer than a baker’s tall white hat. But he didn’t fool himself one bit. “It’s no use!” said Pantaloon at last. He still wanted more than anything to be a baker. Meanwhile, the Baker was looking all over town for Pantaloon. Everyone said, “No, I haven’t seen him.” And the Baker went sadly back to his shop. He put on his tall white hat. And suddenly, he had such a splendid idea that he grinned a wide

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