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A modern day fairy tale about our sixth sense...our sense of humor.

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The Littlest Tall Fellow returns in a modern day fairy tale about the importance of our sixth sense -- our sense of humor. In "Nonsense" the timeless message he learns is that "nonsense is found where we wear our smiles" and he learns the importance of having a sense of humor from someone who is homeless.

This book, along with the other books in Rudner's collection, will charm their way into the imaginations of children everywhere. Barry Rudner is a writer of children's character-building self-esteem books and has been called a "Modern Day Dr. Seuss." Illustrated by Thomas Fahsbender. Watercolor by Peggy Trabalka.

ISBN10: 978-1-940775
ISBN13: 978-1-940775-13-5
Author: Barry Rudner
Publisher: Nick Of Time Media, Inc.
Publication Date: 1995-02-01
Pages: 29
Age Range: K-6, Parents

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I loved this book. The entire 28-page book is written in very clever rhymes, and it carries a very important message about the importance of being happy with what you have and finding joy from inside your heart. 

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