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Puss in Boots. Illustrated by Paul Galdone. Clarion, 1976. The Master Cat proves himself resourceful as he outwits an evil giant and gains a fortune for a poor young man. The language is less complicated than in other versions of this tale. Galdone depicts a realistic cat in four-color illustrations. Perrault, Charles. Puss in Boots. Illustrated by Marcia Brown. Scribner, 1952. The story grammar of this version is very similar to that of Cauley's retelling. Brown's Puss, a flamboyant feline hero, is lavishly dressed in boots and plumed hat.
Knopf, 1988. Cole, Joanna. A Chick Hatches. Photographs by Jerome Wexler. Morrow, 1976. Garelick, May. What's Inside? Photographs by Rena Jakobsen. Scholastic, 1985.
The Three Little Pigs. Illustrated by Erik Blegvad. Atheneum, 1980. Bucknail, Caroline. The Three Little Pigs. Illustrated by Caroline Bucknail. Dutton, 1986. Galdone, Paul. The Three Little Pigs. Illustrated by Paul Galdone. Clarion, 1970. Marshall, James. The Three Little Pigs. Illustrated by James Marshall. Dial, 1989. Ross, Tony. The Three Pigs. Illustrated by Tony Ross. Pantheon, 1983. Wallner, John. The Three Little Pigs (Lift the Flap). Illustrated by John Wallner. Viking, 1987. Zemach, Margot.