Book's Big Adventure

Category: Book
Illustrated By: Bell, Rahele Jomepour
By (author): Lehrhaupt, Adam
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General
  JUVENILE FICTION / Books & Libraries
  JUVENILE FICTION / General
  JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / New Experience
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
Published: February 2021
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 32
Size: 10.00in x 8.50in
Our Price:
$ 23.99
Availability:
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*Find out what happens to a beloved book sent to a new home in this sweet and hopeful picture book from award-winning author of Warning: Do Not Open This Book!, Adam Lehrhaupt.

When a little girl outgrows her favorite book and it is donated to the library, Book worries it will never be read again. It sits alone and neglected on a library shelf, and one unlucky day, Book falls from its perch and lands behind the shelf out of sight. How will anyone find it now?

Young readers will delight in following Book's journey and the chance encounter that saves it from being forgotten.
Biographical NoteAdam Lehrhaupt's first picture book, Warning: Do Not Open This Book!, received the E.B. White Read Aloud Honor Award, was an ALA Notable Book, and a Huffington Post Notable Book. School Library Journal called it, "More fun than a barrel of monkeys." He is also the author of Please, Open This Book!, which was named a Wanda Gag Comstock Read Aloud Honor Book and Idea Jar. Adam has traveled to six continents, performed on Broadway, and lived on a communal farm. He currently lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with his wife, sons, and two bizarre dogs. Visit him online at AdamLehrhaupt.com.

Rahele Jomepour Bell is an illustrator of several picture books, including Our Favorite Day of the Year by A. E. Ali on the Salaam Reads list. Rahele came to the United States from Iran in 2011 and pursued her dream of studying art at Iowa State University where she received her MFA in integrated visual arts. She believes all people share a common home in planet Earth, but may differ in their skin color, way of life, and their thinking. She loves these differences and believes this is what makes the world a beautiful place to live. Visit her at RaheleStudio.com.