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Written by Phillis Gershator Illustrated by Teresa Villegas

When Ear, Leg, and Arm refuse to marry Mosquito, she shows them that she is not to be ignored.

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“When the world was new, as this Yoruba folktale goes, all things had to find their natural order. "When sun married day and moon married night, so it was for the animals too. That is why Mosquito flew around looking for someone to marry." Children will laugh at the silliness of Mosquito wanting to marry Ear, then Arm, then Leg, share her frustration at being rejected, and enjoy her biting, stinging, buzzing revenge as the bright illustrations transport them into the world of traditional fantasy.” - Booklist