A winding highway, children fighting in the back seat, parents suggesting diversionary games and holding onto their own hopes and fears for the vacation ahead: it's not an uncommon scene. However, it is Donald Davis's genius that turns a lackluster family vacation into a week to remember. The 1950s-era plastic seat covers were not the only thing to leave a lasting impression. In her spontaneous (and desperate) invention of games like Cow Poker and See Rock City, Mother keeps the rules one step ahead of the back-seat contestants, until one-too-many choruses prompt a detour the family never forgets.
|Publisher:||August House Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||American Storytelling Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.73(w) x 8.69(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Age Range:||11 - 18 Years|
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