Some bulls simply can't resist a good nose around a china shop
When Bill the Bull, who loves to collect china, finally finds a china shop without a 'keep out' sign on the door, directed at him, he rejoices. However, he soon finds out that he is not quite as welcome as hehad hoped and, in his worry, he breaks nearly everything on display- much to the slimy shopkeeper's chagrin. But three little ladies totterin and save the day by footing the bill for the damage and paying forthe little china cup that Bill so desperately wanted, and they all become friends.
A charming story in rhyme, full of humour. and given depth by a subtle message about discrimination.
McAllaster Weaver and Tim Raglin both live in the USA
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