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By Judy Sierra. Illustrated by Marc Brown.
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Illustrated by Janet Stevens. Ages 3 to 5 Salley, a well-known New Orleans storyteller, is back with another contemporary fable about Epossumondas, that sweet, silly possum baby. This time he notices that just about all the other animals have nice thick or fluffy tails, and frets about why he doesn't. Seems his great-great-granddaddy Papapossum got caught by a bear and had his tail chomped clean when he was stealing fruit from a persimmon tree. Great fun to read aloud. See Full Copy Details. Place Hold.
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Why Epossumondas Has No Hair On His Tail
Published Reviews. Maybe one day, a kid will be sitting in the back of the car, and he'll see a sign that says 'Thompson Creek,' and he'll gasp and say, 'I know who lives under that bridge. In his first picture-book outing, Epossumondas travels back and forth from his auntie's home to his mama's house with a series of gifts, but he manages to ruin each gift along the way. When his auntie gives him cake to carry home he smashes it, prompting his mama to tell him that cake should be carried under one's hat.
Thus, next time, when he is carrying butter, he puts it under his hat—where it promptly melts and runs down his face. After each such mishap, Epossumondas's mama greets her son with the same refrain: "Epossumondas, you don't have the sense you were born with.
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Her "text rolls off the page and off the tongue easily," Jane Marino commented in School Library Journal , and Horn Book reviewer Joanna Rudge Long also found the "well-honed text … just right for group sharing. Long ago, she explains, the ancestral Papapossum had a long, fluffy tail, just like the other animals.
Then Papapossum and Hare team up to try to steal some persimmons from Bear, but everything does not go as planned.