The Big Wish by Carolyn Conahan
  

Synopsis

The Big Wish by Carolyn Conahan

From side to side, Molly's yard is full of dandelions. When her neighbor, Pie, tries to mow them down, Molly insists that they aren't weeds, but wishes in the making. Molly is convinced that if she grows enough dandelions she can make the world's biggest wish ever, a world record! Pie has a few ideas about what she should wish for, and soon, everyone in town is coming up with wishes. They've asked Molly to choose the very biggest for the world record. It won't be easy for Molly to decide...

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A great story about community and what happens when people all decide to work together - School Library Journal

About the Author

Carolyn Digby Conahan attended the Pacific Northwest College of Art and is currently the staff illustrator of CRICKET magazine. She has illustrated several books, including THE DISCONTENTED GOPHER, written by L. Frank Baum from South Dakota Historical Society Press, as well as THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS DOGS (Dutton).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
36 pages

Author

Carolyn Conahan
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st June 2011

ISBN

9780811870405


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