Two of Everything

Picture Books | January 1, 1993

byLily Toy HongIllustratorLily Toy Tong

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Mr. Haktak digs up a curious brass pot in his garden and decides to carry his coin purse in it. When Mrs. Haktak's hairpin slips into the pot, she reaches in and pulls out two coin purses and two hairpins--this is a magic pot!

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Mr. and Mrs. Haktak find a magic pot that makes a copy of everything that gets put inside it. The Haktaks are delighted until Mrs. Haktak falls into the pot, and the trouble begins . .

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Mr. Haktak digs up a curious brass pot in his garden and decides to carry his coin purse in it. When Mrs. Haktak's hairpin slips into the pot, she reaches in and pulls out two coin purses and two hairpins--this is a magic pot!

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Mr. Haktak digs up a curious brass pot in his garden and decides to carry his coin purse in it. When Mrs. Haktak's hairpin slips into the pot, she reaches in and pulls out two coin purses and two hairpins--this is a magic pot!

Lily Toy Hong is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Lily Toy Hong include Two of Everything: A Chinese Folktale, El Senor Sol Y El Senor Mar (Djame Leer, No 3), How the Ox Star Fell from Heaven, and The Empress and the Silkworm. No Bio

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Format:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 8.5 × 10.75 × 0.25 inPublished:January 1, 1993Publisher:Albert Whitman & Company

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0807581577

ISBN - 13:9780807581575

Appropriate for ages: 5

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Mr. and Mrs. Haktak find a magic pot that makes a copy of everything that gets put inside it. The Haktaks are delighted until Mrs. Haktak falls into the pot, and the trouble begins . .

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"Their amicable solution to the inconvenience of having doubles will make perfect sense to young children."

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