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What's your favorite food? / Eric Carle and friends: Aki, Isabelle Arsenault, Brigette Barrager, Matthew Cordell, Benji Davies, Karen Katz, Laurie Keller, Juliet Menéndez, Greg Pizzoli, Misa Saburi, Felicita Sala, Dan Santat, Shannon Wright.

Aki, 1987- contributor.   Arsenault, Isabelle, 1978- contributor.   Barrager, Brigette, contributor.   Carle, Eric, contributor.   Cordell, Matthew, 1975- contributor.   Davies, Benji, contributor.   Katz, Karen, contributor.   Keller, Laurie, contributor.   Menéndez, Juliet, contributor.   Pizzoli, Greg, contributor.   Saburi, Misa, contributor.   Sala, Felicita, contributor.   Santat, Dan, contributor.   Wright, Shannon (Illustrator), contributor.  

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Wornstaff Library E CAR (Text) 30011000591553 Picture Books Available -

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  • ISBN: 1250295149
  • ISBN: 9781250295149
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 30 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Godwin Books/Henry Holt and Company, [2019]
Subject: Artists > Anecdotes > Juvenile literature.
Food in art > Juvenile literature.
Food preferences > Juvenile literature.
Food > Juvenile fiction.
Food > Juvenile literature.
Genre: Informational works.
Picture books.
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