2 edition of Is it too dear? found in the catalog.
Is it too dear?
|Statement||translated from the French of Francisque Sarcey|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Illustrations by Sarah Battams. and Laura Cantell. I wrote to the zoo to ask for a pet. They sent me an elephant. But he was too big. So I sent him back. So they sent me a Giraffe. He was too tall, So I sent him back. So they sent me a Lion. He was too fierce. So I sent him back.
So they sent me a monkey. He was too naughty. So I sent him back. Dear Woman, Sometimes youll just be too much woman. Too smart, Too beautiful, Too strong.
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