Item description for Ann Likes Red by Dorothy Z. Seymour, Dorothy Jane Mills & Nancy Meyerhoff...
Meet Ann, an independent little girl who knows what she likes. Everyone tries to persuade her to buy a blue dress, brown hat and tan sandals, but Ann likes red instead. Red Red Red
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.2" Width: 6.16" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Publisher Purple House Press
ISBN 1930900120 ISBN13 9781930900127
Availability 15 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 04:15.
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family mantra Apr 28, 2008
I read Ann Likes Red so many times to my daughters, that it became a family mantra. Mashed potatoes Susan? No, Ann likes red! she would reply. Stringed beans, Emilie? No! Ann likes red. Imagine my surprise to find that the book is still available through this site, and that others loved it as much as we did.
Wonderful Book Mar 7, 2008
This was my youngest daughter first book and we read it over and over. Now I am getting it for my granddaughter. Can't wait to read it to her over and over.
Ann likes Red--republished Jul 7, 2006
this is a republished version of the original story from 1965. It looks JUST LIKE the old one and 5 year old daughter LOVES it as much as me and my sister! Thanks for bringing back such an oldie but goodie!
LOVE IT Mar 13, 2006
Like the others, this was my favorite book as a little girl. I serched for it approx. 7 years ago when I had a daughter with no luck. A wonderful easy reader! I purchased 2, one for me and one to give my mother as a gift (she loved it as well!)
A Great Book Feb 27, 2006
I can't believe this book is still in print. This was the first book I could ever "read". Of course, I couldn't really read it, but I had it completely memorized :). I still do. I like Red, Red, red! What great memories.