Junior Goes to School: Spinwheels: Spin the Wheels to Change the Story

Junior Goes to School: Spinwheels: Spin the Wheels to Change the Story

by Samantha Berger, Lisa Huberman Viscardi, Daniel Moreton
     
 

Now all kids can spin their way back to school!
Poor Junior. It's the night before the first day of school, and the young pig is tossing and turning in bed. What will the new school year bring? What if the bus pulls up...and it's really a toaster? Or a turkey? Or a meatloaf? What if all his clothes disappear and he's wearing...a hula skirt? ASee more details below

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Now all kids can spin their way back to school!
Poor Junior. It's the night before the first day of school, and the young pig is tossing and turning in bed. What will the new school year bring? What if the bus pulls up...and it's really a toaster? Or a turkey? Or a meatloaf? What if all his clothes disappear and he's wearing...a hula skirt? A fig leaf? Or even (horrors!) a diaper? Thank goodness, everything goes smoothly as Junior has a great first day. Youngsters will love spinning the wheels and reading the funny, ever-changing story. Full of rib-tickling kid humor, Junior Goes to School is both hilarious and reassuring—a perfect choice for back-to-school backpacks.

Author Bio: Samantha Berger is a creator for kids—from cartoons to kids' books, from television to toys. Currently a head writer at Nickelodeon, she lives in New York City. Lisa Eve Huberman Viscardi has worked as a creative director with many companies, including Nickelodeon, Disney, and Scholastic. She lives in Southern California. Daniel Moreton has illustrated several children's books. Booklist praised his computer-generated art as �humming with activity, color, and clever details.� He lives in New York.

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Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly
The paper-over-board Junior Goes to School by Samantha Berger and Lisa Huberman Viscardi, illus. by Daniel Moreton, is the latest tale about the piglet with personality. Junior is so worried about the first day of school that he can't sleep. "What if I look for the bus outside, and a camel pulls up instead of my ride?" Kids can turn the wheel built into the page to change the text and image of the camel to a hamster, bathtub, toaster and more. The results will tickle the funny bone. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780810945746
Publisher:
Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
Publication date:
08/28/2003
Pages:
7
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
1 - 6 Years

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