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Lemonade serenade or, The thing in the garden. by Don Madden

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Published by A. Whitman in Chicago .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe thing in the garden
StatementStory and pictures by Don Madden
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14814285M
LC Control Number66008493

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  Author/illustrator uses both color and black and white sketches, which made the book unforgettable for me. For the longest time, I tried to remember the title of this wonderful book. I kept remembering it as "Lemonade in the Shade," but after finally discovering the correct title, I purchased it.5/5(2). My mother liked this book so much that she wrote Don Madden, the author/illustrator of this book to praise it. He wrote back with an illustration of one of the pages in the book framed. I still have the picture and the book, but I've long since lost the letter. Maybe, it's somewhere in my mother's house.5/5(1). The Thing is a Boombamaphone played by a musical elf; the lemonade is a daily treat for Miss Emmaline Twig and her best friend, a boy named Woodrow W. Worthington; and the serenade comes later, after Miss Twig has presented the elf with a little silver violin on which to play such original compositions as ""The Lily Pad Lurch."". Woodrow W. Worthington, a young boy, frequently visits his friend, Miss Emalina Twig, each day in her garden. They have parties for two beneath a shade tree, partaking of lemonade and cookies. One day, they hear a "frightening" noise, and the story develops from there.5/5.

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