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      Cover image for Joseph had a little overcoat [electronic resource] : and other stories by Simms Taback.
      c2013.
      Joseph had a little overcoat: The story of a very resourceful tailor and how he makes something out of nothing.
      [electronic resource] :
      Taback, Simms.
      2011.
      1st ed.
      The reader is invited to guess which farm animal is hiding beneath fold-outs that reveal a succession of clues.
      Taback, Simms.
      2010.
      1st ed.
      Reinforces the concept of zoom by use of pictures of things that go zoom.
      Taback, Simms.
      c2010.
      1st ed.
      Colorful illustrations and simple text introduce young children to baby farm animals.
      Taback, Simms.
      2009.
      1st ed.
      The reader is invited to guess which animal is hiding beneath fold-outs that reveal a succession of clues.
      Taback, Simms.
      2007.
      A little girl misses someone so much that she wraps herself up like a package and sends herself through the mail.
      Taback, Simms.
      2005.
      Thirteen brief, illustrated, traditional Jewish tales, each accompanied by an appropriate saying.
      Taback, Simms.
      c2002.
      A cumulative nursery rhyme about the chain of events that started when Jack built a house.
      Cover image for Joseph had a little overcoat [sound recording]
      Taback, Simms.
      p2001.
      A very old overcoat is recycled numerous times into a variety of garments.
      [sound recording]
      Taback, Simms.
      2001.
      [sound recording]
      Taback, Simms.
      1999.
      A very old overcoat is recycled numerous times into a variety of garments.
      Taback, Simms.
      [1998], c1997.
      Presents the traditional version of a famous American folk poem first heard in the U.S. in the 1940's with illustrations on die-cut pages that re