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San Diego : Harcourt, 2002.
IL K-3, RL 3.3
on a folktale, Epossumondas is a happy little possum. He visits his
auntie and each day she sends him home with something. When he carries
home a piece of cake and squashes it in his hands, his mother tells him
he should have put it under his hat to keep it safe. The next day,
his auntie gives him some butter. Can you imagine what happens when
he puts the butter under his hat? Follow Epossumondas as misunderstandings
get funnier and funnier.
Fools and jesters -- Folklore.
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