It's ice-fishing season for two very opposite otters. Pessimism, prepare to meet optimism!
On one side of a frozen lake, Odie imagines all the fish he'll catch today. On the other side of the lake, Milton is doubtful he'll catch anything at all. As each otter imagines what lurksor doesn't lurkunder the ice, opposites attract, attitudes change, and a friendship is formed.
|Product dimensions:||8.81(w) x 11.38(h) x 0.41(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Mary Ann Fraser is the author/illustrator of over sixty fiction and non-fiction books for children, including No Yeti Yet (Peter Pauper Press), Heebie-Jeebie-Jeebie Jamboree (Boyds Mills Press), the Ogg & Bob books (Two Lions) Ten Mile Day(Henry Holt), and several titles for The Let’s Read-and-Find-Out series, including Where Are the Night Animals (HarperCollins). Her books have received a Junior Library Guild Selection, School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, Book Links Book of the Year, IRA Young Readers Choice Award, and American Booksellers "Pick of the List." When she is not writing, illustrating, or giving school presentations, she is painting murals, playing her hammered dulcimer, in her garden talking to her turtles, or reading.
Read an Excerpt
Milton stumbles out of bed and swipes the frost from his window. "Bah! What a miserable day for ice fishing!"
Odie leaps out of bed to check the weather. "Aah! What a beautiful day to test my luck on the lake!"