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Groundhog's Day Off Hardcover – December 8, 2015
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"The personable, furry brown Groundhog divertingly emotes his way through the pages, and the pictures of him brushing his oversize teeth or lounging at the spa provide notes of humor that will amuse both adult readers and young audiences . . . a breath of fresh spring air." - BCCB
"Text and illustrations work in harmony . . . As proven, it’s best to avoid offending Groundhog, so add this to the abundant stack of Groundhog Day picture books already available." ―Booklist Online
"Pearlman has written an up-to-the minute mashup of American folklore and contemporary culture, expertly abetted by Helquist’s knowing illustrations. . . . Enormously fun." ―starred review, Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Robb Pearlman is the author of two books for children, Leaf Dance and Passover is Here!, as well as many adult books including Fun with Kirk and Spock, 101 Ways to Kill a Zombie, Spoiler Alert!, and Nerd Haiku. He is currently an Associate Publisher at Rizzoli, where he edits pop culture and children's interest books. He lives in northern New Jersey.
Brett Helquist is a New York Times bestselling illustrator, whose art has graced books from the charming Roger, The Jolly Pirate, to the New York Times bestselling A Series of Unfortunate Events, to the cozy E. B. White Read-Aloud Award finalist Bedtime for Bear. He lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York.
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Top Customer Reviews
I haven't read many (or any?) children's books about Groundhog Day, so this is a nice way to introduce the concept to kids- while throwing in a lesson about the the importance of appreciating people and not taking them for granted. The humor can be appreciated by both kids and adults and there is a nice lesson.