Too many Babas

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Harper & Row,
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1st ed.
'First published in 1979, Croll's funny, popular too-many-cooks story newly illustrated here, with the babas (grandmothers) in a Russian winter setting. The simple, bright pictures in folk-art style show the bustling peasant women in the kitchen, each one tasting and adding and making a bigger mess of the soup.' -- BL.
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full_title too many babas
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subject_facet Cooking -- Juvenile fiction, Fiction
title_display Too many Babas
title_full Too many Babas / by Carolyn Croll
title_short Too many Babas
topic_facet Cooking