Author(s): Sam Zuppardi
Can a young boy figure out how to turn an obstacle into an opportunity in this nearly wordless picture book?
A morning of fun with Dad takes a turn for the boring when a long to-do list interferes. At first content to let Dad cross things off his list, the boy in the story soon realizes that the whole day will be spent on chores -- unless he can come up with a solution. In his singularly expressive, kid-friendly style, author-illustrator Sam Zuppardi crafts a colorful celebration of the fun that can be had with just a little imagination -- and a trusty green crayon.
"A day of household chores turns into something much more exciting in this clever wordless picturebook." Andrea Reece, LoveReading
Sam Zuppardi is the author-illustrator of The Nowhere Box and Jack's Worry, as well as the illustrator of the picture book Nobody's Perfect by David Elliott and the middle-grade series the Misadventures of Edgar and Allan Poe by Gordon McAlpine. Sam Zuppardi lives in York. Find him online at samzuppardi.com.