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Lucky and the Mosquito Band

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Lucky is a funny-looking old man who lives alone in a tiny house. He is kind and loving but also very poor. But he isn’t lonely because Lucky is just clever enough to form his own mosquito band. A little swarm of critters play him music. Besides the buzz of their wings, there’s a guitar, trumpet, keyboard, tuba, and more. Every night at six o’clock, Lucky and his mosquito friends dance and sing. They play until midnight, never once going out of tune. Lucky boasts about his buzzing friends, and they sing joyfully in his ears, “Oh, Mr. Lucky!” They love him just as much as he loves them, so they play wild, wonderful melodies to make him smile. The mosquito voices echo through the room most every night, lighting up the tiny house and making it shine bright. Even though Lucky is old, he’s a master of his special dance called “the wibble-wobble.” No matter that money is scarce or that Lucky’s health isn’t the best; the mosquitos... More > love him, and when they come together, they make the perfect band.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781483483665
Published
June 4, 2018
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
10.73 MB
Product ID
23664887

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Printable? Yes
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