HidingBook - 1997
"No one can find me and nobody cares", or so the very young narrator thinks, taking refuge behind the couch, beneath the bed, or in the crawl space under the stairs. Mommy is angry, for good reason. This preschooler's dinner wasn't eaten. It was poured, all over the floor. But even though hiding does have its appeal, especially when stuffed animals join you, maybe the best reason to do it is for the delight of being found Sure to be welcomed by every young child who's ever been naughty -- and sorry, in time, too -- this reassuring tale of everyday family life is warmly illustrated and engagingly told.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Kids, 1997.
Characteristics:  p. :,col. ill. ;,31 cm.
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