The Germ Who Would be King: A Ridiculous Illustrated Poem About the 2020/2021Global Pandemic from One Canadian's Perspective

The Germ Who Would be King: A Ridiculous Illustrated Poem About the 2020/2021Global Pandemic from One Canadian's Perspective

by Jennifer Erin Tremblay

Hardcover

$21.99
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Overview

He got their planet to bow at his feet. But the strength of snot minions can only go so far...

Evil COVID wants to rule the universe. Tired of life barreling through space stuck in the nose of an intergalactic bat, the villainous monarch longs to issue orders to more than his boring band of boogers. So when their blind ride flaps them towards the perfect target, COVID tugs on beastly nose hairs and rides the sneeze all the way to Earth's billions of unsuspecting humans.

Sending the globe spinning into a pandemic panic, COVID is thrilled with his spectacular invasion's monstrous mayhem. But when the lowly humans don masks and fight back to wash him from their home, COVID is suddenly injected with a terrible fear that his cruel reign will soon be coming to an end.

With humanity in his clutches, can the vile virus keep his corona-crown?

Designed to be wickedly playful, this poetry book for kids is sure to leave adults snickering too. And amid the silliness lies useful lessons for young ones to stay safe and healthy, now and in the future. (One dollar for every purchase will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross for COVID-19 relief.)

The Germ Who Would be King is a helpful and fun children's picture book. If you or your child like friendly advice for keeping clean, characters you love to hate, and laugh-out-loud rhymes, then you'll be in giggle-fits over Jennifer Tremblay's hilarious retelling.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781777437176
Publisher: Jennifer Tremblay
Publication date: 01/24/2021
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 5 - 8 Years

About the Author

Jennifer Tremblay lives in Calgary, Alberta near the Rocky Mountains with her 3 young children (aka the pirates), husband, and the rotten cat. When she's not wrangling pirates and rotten cats, Jennifer works part time as a geologist. She writes, illustrates, runs, bikes, and skis with her remaining time.

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