The Elevator Family Hits the Road
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The Elevator Family Hits the Road

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by Douglas Evans
     
 

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The cozy sequel to The Elevator Family. (Revised edition 12/14) This time the close-knit Wilson family stays in a toll booth on a bridge crossing the Mississippi River. Fantabulous accommodations! The best place west of the Mississippi, east of the Mississippi, and above the Mississippi. So why are all the people rushing past? What is more, why do all the drivers hand…  See more details below

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The cozy sequel to The Elevator Family. (Revised edition 12/14) This time the close-knit Wilson family stays in a toll booth on a bridge crossing the Mississippi River. Fantabulous accommodations! The best place west of the Mississippi, east of the Mississippi, and above the Mississippi. So why are all the people rushing past? What is more, why do all the drivers hand the Wilsons money?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615686714
Publisher:
WT Melon Publishing
Publication date:
08/15/2012
Pages:
100
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

Meet the Author

Douglas Evans is a former school teacher and author of numerous books for children, including MVP: Magellan Voyage Project, The Elevator Family, and the Classroom Creature trilogy: Classroom at the End of the Hall, Math Rashes, and Mouth Moths. He lives in Berkeley, CA.

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The Elevator Family Hits the Road 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The elevator family is a great book to read in school :) Jaiden
Kidreader More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading The Elevator Family when it was first published and I was anxious to read this sequel. It was good to visit Walter, Winona, Winslow, and Whiteny once again. his books seems a bit more serious than the first, but just as funny. The Wilsons again help many people who pass their tollbooth and again become heroes. I won't give it away. As Walter Wilson says, "Only the best!" I wish this book was available in hardback, and I wish it had some illustrations. But it's a quick, enjoyable read.