A Whale In The Bathtub: Being The Last Recorded Account Of The Life & Times Of Jacky Faber by Kylie WestawayA Whale In The Bathtub: Being The Last Recorded Account Of The Life & Times Of Jacky Faber by Kylie Westaway

A Whale In The Bathtub: Being The Last Recorded Account Of The Life & Times Of Jacky Faber

byKylie WestawayIllustratorTom Jellett

Hardcover | June 7, 2016

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A bubbly bath-time read-aloud about a small boy who faces a big problem when a whale takes up residence in his bathtub!Praise for A Whale in the Bathtub:&nbsp "This exuberantly illustrated tale is perfect for pre-scrub reading."&nbsp -Weekend Australia

"Superb storytelling and lively illustrations combine perfectly to make a great read."&nbsp
-Parents in Touch (UK)

Bruno! It's bath time!&nbsp But there's a whale in the bathtub-a huge, tub-hogging, bubble-bath-squirting, flipper-scrubbing, barnacle-rinsing whale!&nbspWorse yet, no one believes Bruno when he says the tub is full.&nbspThe whale refuses to budge. How will Bruno ever get clean?&nbsp
Playwright  Kylie Westaway briefly considered careers as a marine biologist and a dolphin trainer when she was young. She lives in Sydney. This is her first picture book. Visit her website at www.kyliewestaway.com.au .    Tom Jellett has illustrated many books for children, and lives in Sydney. This is his first pictu...
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Title:A Whale In The Bathtub: Being The Last Recorded Account Of The Life & Times Of Jacky FaberFormat:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 8.75 × 11 × 0.37 inPublished:June 7, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544535359

ISBN - 13:9780544535350

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Editorial Reviews

Throughout, Jellett's illustrations augment the text's humor with lots of movement and expressive characters, and such details as endpapers decorated with a krill motif in reference to the whale's favorite food provide visual interest that expands on the story."
-Kirkus

" A no-fail picture book read-aloud that should elicit more than a few good laughs."
-School Library Journal "