Where’s my homework? Who took my other sock? What’s that in my belly button? The creators of the #1 New York Times bestselling and Academy Award–winning The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore have found the answers to these and other life mysteries…and no, it’s not your fault!
Strange smells. Disappearing remotes. That itch you just can’t reach. It’s not your fault! It’s the Mischievians, an ancient race of global mischief-makers who do all the things that embarrass you. All the things that bug you. All the things that YOU get blamed for!
There is no cause for alarm (sorta). Come meet the Homework Eater, the fiend who steals your homework! See the Endroller, the villain who uses up ALL the toilet paper! Discover the Yawn Mower, the creature who makes you yawn at the worst possible time! And many, many more. Read on, and be free.
About the Author
William Joyce does a lot of stuff but children’s books are his true bailiwick (The Guardians, Dinosaur Bob, George Shrinks, and the #1 New York Times bestselling The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, which is also his Academy Award–winning short film, to name a few). He lives in Shreveport, Louisiana. Talk to William Joyce and look at upcoming work at @HeyBillJoyce on Twitter and Instagram.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Love this book!
Not only does my 4 year old love this book but also The Guardians, and Mr. Morris. Fabulous writing and imagination. Keep writing, we look forward to more.
The author left out a particularly nasty Mischievian. The one that convinces publishers to restrict an e-book's availability. This e-book is only available on an actual Nook or the Nook App for Kids. If you have a Nook app, it will not work. It has to be the one for kids. You will not be able to access it on your computer. You will not be able to access it on your Android device. The Nook App for Kids is only available on Apple products. The book itself is cute and the illustrations are fun. I recommend buying the actual book as opposed to getting the e-book. And letting the publisher know that they have become a victim of a nasty Mischievian.