Have You Ever Dreamed Of Being Locked In A Department Store At Night The Endearing Story Of Corduroy Paints A Picture Of The Adventures That Might Unfold For A Teddy Bear At Least In Such A Situation When All The Shoppers Have Gone Home For The Night, Corduroy Climbs Down From The Shelf To Look For His Missing Button It S A Brave New World He Accidentally Gets On An Elevator That He Thinks Must Be A Mountain And Sees The Furniture Section That He Thinks Must Be A Palace He Tries To Pull A Button Off The Mattress, But He Ends Up Falling Off The Bed And Knocking Over A Lamp The Night Watchman Hears The Crash, Finds Corduroy, And Puts Him Back On The Shelf Downstairs The Next Morning, He Finds That It S His Lucky Day A Little Girl Buys Him With Money She Saved In Her Piggy Bank And Takes Him Home To Her Room Corduroy Decides That This Must Be Home And That Lisa Must Be His Friend Youngsters Will Never Get Tired Of This Toy Comes Alive Tale With A Happy Ending, So You May Also Want To Seek Out Dan Freeman S Next Creation, A Pocket For CorduroyAges 3 To 8
Don Freeman was a painter, printmaker, cartoonist, children s book author, and illustrator He was born in San Diego, California, attended high school in Missouri, and later moved to New York City where he studied etching with John Sloan.Frequent subjects included Broadway theatre, politics, and the circus He was also a jazz musician, and the brother of circus entrepreneur Randy Freeman.
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- 11 February 2018 Don Freeman