When a potato sack race goes awry, Bella and Ben find themselves bumped from their familiar page into uncharted territory. It's a brave new world of lollipops and sphinxesand Bella and Ben are on one page-turning adventure. How will they find their way back into their very own book?
About the Author
Richard Byrne is the author and illustrator of This book just ate my dog! He grew up in Brighton, England, and worked in graphic design before discovering his true passion in children's books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love when books acknowledge that the book is a book. In this story, like in his last book, Byrne brings the reader into the fold of the characters. Bella and Ben get knocked out of their book by Bella's dog. And they have to travel through many other books to find their way home. A few of the other books are interactive. There is a picture comparison, a maze, and a how-to folding instructional page. My son and I both enjoyed those elements and followed along or discussed doing the related activity. We both enjoyed this book although I didn't like it quite as much as This Book Just Ate My Dog! which was a bit more amusing. I don't see this as a book that we would read over and over again, but it was certainly entertaining for one read. It was a great library book. http://www.momsradius.com/2016/02/kid-lit-were-in-wrong-book.html