Nelly May Has Her Say

Nelly May Has Her Say

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Nelly May Nimble and her twelve brothers and sisters live with their parents in a tiny cottage in the Bottoms, where there's never enough food to feed so many hungry mouths. Nelly May decides that she is old enough to earn her keep and takes a job as Lord Ignasius Pinkwinkle's new housekeeper and cook. Along with her many chores, Lord Pinkwinkle also expects Nelly May to learn his own special language. So Nelly May gets to work, using a wet scooperooty to hold the water she mops the floor with and then cooking supper for him, the Most Excellent of All Masters. But late that night, when a spark from the flaming-pop-and-sizzle lands on the fur-faced-fluffenbarker's wigger-wagger, Nelly May puts her foot down. She'll save his roof-topped castleorum, but she will not be his fuzzy-dust-and-fooder any longer. In Nelly May Has Her Say , Cynthia DeFelice and Henry Cole team up for a fun-filled romp that makes a great read aloud.
A Margaret Ferguson Book

Publisher: New York : Margaret Ferguson Books, c2013
ISBN: 9780374398996
Branch Call Number: J 398 .20942 DEF
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm
Additional Contributors: Cole, Henry 1955-

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May 21, 2013

This book is based on the folk tale Master of all Masters.

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