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Clever in the best way possible!"Books4YourKids". Chaud's illustrations, reminiscent of Edward Gorey, are as imaginative as the excuses."USA Today, 1/2 out of four star review". Even children who don't yet have homework will long to try out a few of these wild explanations for themselves."Publishers Weekly. A Junior Library Guild Selection\ this droll little book.
The combination of the boy's formal attirea dark suit and bright red tieand his long, unruly hair casts uncertainty as to his veracity, until the teacher pulls out the book from behind her back to reveal didnt the same one in readers' hands; the game is up. Ultimately, "list" books wear thin, and this is no.
Kirkus Reviews, who doesn't want to learn new excuses for unfinished assignments? That's just what this title offers26 outlandish solutions to that "What to say?" dilemma. When a boy is questioned by his teacher about the missing homework, he thinks fast. The ideas fire in rapid succession, from being attacked by Vikings and hiding escaped.
The Edward Gorey-style illustrations in pen, ink, and muted colors give the book a vintage charm. The giant lizards are reminiscent of Maurice Sendak's Wild Things. Each page is packed with overlapping s and detail, all in miniature, which will encourage careful observation and conversation. Cartoon lovers may be attracted to the whimsical alligator and.