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Fred Gwynne is known most for his role as Herman Munster on the classic 1960s television show, "The Munsters." He also played the role of Officer Francis Muldoon on "Car 54, Where Are You?," Jud Crandall in the original film adaptation of Stephen King's "Pet Sematary," and as Judge Chamberlain Haller in "My Cousin Vinny." Gwynne was also an author and illustrator to a few children's books, one of which I realized I enjoyed back in second grade called "It's Easy to See Why," about a girl entering her dog into a show. When I saw that Daedalus had a sale on this book, I had to pick it up and I am certainly glad I did.

The King Who Rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of Gwynne's daughter, Madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. For instance, instead of imagining "a king who REIGNED, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who RAINED, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." This book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. Please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

Fred Gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as Herman Munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but I will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing AND illustrating. I love how many great ideas Gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "A Chocolate Moose for Dinner" and "A Little Pigeon Toad." I would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "It's Easy to See Why" and any other book of Gwynne's that catches my attention.

This is a book that can be enjoyed on so many occasions, from a bedtime story to learning tool in schools. Excellent book!

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

this is a book that can be enjoyed on so many occasions, from a bedtime story to learning tool in schools. excellent book!
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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

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the king who rained is a book of expressions and homonyms, told from the point of view of gwynne's daughter, madyn, and what it is she imagines when she hears her parents say something that sounds like something else. for instance, instead of imagining "a king who reigned, or ruled, for 40 years," she imagines "a king who rained, or served as a cloud with water pouring out, for 40 years." this book is filled with plenty of clever, witty, punny, and funny expressions that cannot help but make you smile. please let me assure you that this book certainly made me smile.

fred gwynne was not happy about being typecasted as herman munster once he solidified himself as that particular character, but i will say that he does possess a great deal of merit in all of his other projects, be it acting or, in this case, writing and illustrating. i love how many great ideas gwynne was able to come up with through his daughter and the way she may or had interpreted expressions or homonyms, so much so that he wrote more books of this nature, such as "a chocolate moose for dinner" and "a little pigeon toad." i would like to add both books to my collection, as well as "it's easy to see why" and any other book of gwynne's that catches my attention.

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