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by Jeanne Hardendorff

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Author: Jeanne Hardendorff
ISBN: 0590004999
Publisher: Scholastic (April 1977)
Rating: 4.2
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Hardendorff's hudden, whatever he is (and wherever he comes from-her source isn't mentioned) makes an agreeable haunt, and the miniaturizing ending matches the story's tone and its weight, just so.

Hardendorff's hudden, whatever he is (and wherever he comes from-her source isn't mentioned) makes an agreeable haunt, and the miniaturizing ending matches the story's tone and its weight, just s. Though the small format doesn't lend itself to group sharing (it does, however, suit the story and its outcome), this brisk, engaging tale would do well as a story hour stretcher before or between more substantial features.

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53 · The Bed Just So · Jeanne B. Hardendorff, retold by · ss. 58 · Scary Things · Julie Holder · p. 66 · The Visitor · Ian Serraillier · pm A Second Poetry Book, ed. John Foster, Oxford Univ. 58 · Scary Things · Julie Holder · pm. 59 · Something Is There · Lilian Moore · pm. 60 · Ghost · Jack Prelutsky · pm. 61 · Night Scare · Judith Viorst · pm. 62 · Hallowe’en Ad (Attention. 68 · Halloween Recipes · · ms. 73 · Read About Halloween · · ms. 77 · Index · · ix. Am I Blue?

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Pantheon Books: 1975 A Bed Just So. Retold by Jeanne B. Four Winds Press: 1975. The origin of A Bed Just So remains a mystery to me. Ms. Hardendorff’s son Eric said his mother spent a tremendous amount of time in The Library of Congress finding obscure stories which she brought back to life as a librarian and storyteller. Both humorous and a lullaby in spoken word, this story is delightfully smart. Out of print as it is, I am so happy to have the permission to bring this little story to new audiences.

A tailor gets no sleep until he finds a comfortable bed for a hudgin that has come to live with him
Comments (5)
I read this book to my Son hundreds of times, it was his absolute favorite. When his Son was born I gave him a copy for him. It is a sweet little story, just right for a bedtime story and even after all these years it makes me smile
I was a first grade teacher for 30 years. I always loved to read this story to my class. My soft cover copy was falling apart. I was so happy to see it again in hard copy that I had to buy it. I read it to my grand children now. It teaches a lesson about helping others in need and persistence.
I held on to the cover page of this book for years hoping to find it again. I ordered it and it came quickly and is in great condition, now I can read it to my grandkids!
Very adorable; not babyish. Retold by Hardendorff, so it must be a folktale somewhere in Germanic lands. A tailor cannot sleep at night because someone- or something- is disturbing his sleep. The local wise woman tells him that he has a hudgin, and that he must make a bed for the hudgin. The tailors provides five different types of beds, but none of them suffice. The hudgin complains about every bed. He finally gives the hudgin half of a walnut shell with cotton, peach down, and a maple leaf cover. He hits the jackpot when he hears the hudgin saying (in very tiny letters): "Just so. Just so. I like a bed made just so." The hudgin is so small that he is not seen throughout the book. This detail is very endearing to kids, while also lending a bit of mystery that keeps you on your seat. This book stays by my daughter's bedside, along with her hudgin. Copyright 1975.
I recently heard a very gifted children's librarian from LAPL do a flannel board retelling of this story; it was delightful! The story lends itself to three distinct voices, the wise woman, the tailor, and the "hudgin", a mysterious creature we never really see. The illustrations from the book are okay, but the story lends itself to relatively simple flannel shapes (NOT lifted from the book), or to a very animated oral retelling-this is a sweet one, librarians! Get it while you can!