Otto's Orange Day: Toon Level 3 by Jay LynchOtto's Orange Day: Toon Level 3 by Jay Lynch

Otto's Orange Day: Toon Level 3

byJay LynchIllustratorFrank Cammuso

Paperback | August 16, 2013

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When Otto the Cat meets a magical genie, he knows just what to wish for: he makes the whole world orange! At first, this new, bright world seems like a lot of fun, but when his mom serves orange spinach for lunch, Otto realizes that his favorite color isn't the best color for everything.
Frank Cammuso, who drew Otto's adventure, lives in Syracuse, New York, where he is the award-winning political cartoonist for the Syracuse Post-Standard. He is the Eisner-nominated creator of Max Hamm Fairy Tale Detective, selected as one of the Top Ten Graphic Novels of 2006 by Booklist, and is at work on Knights of the Lunch Table, a...
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Title:Otto's Orange Day: Toon Level 3Format:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.11 inPublished:August 16, 2013Publisher:TOON BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1935179276

ISBN - 13:9781935179276

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Highly Recommended This time around I'm reviewing the first three books published in this series of graphic novels for emergent readers. The struggling reader (8yo) enjoyed the others so much we went out and bought the first three. So he has now read the entire line of Toon Books and anxiously awaits the publication of the next set. This book is the highest reading level of the first three books in this series falling into approx. a RL of 3-4. My struggling reader had a hard time with this one and took it slowly but the story was so much fun that he didn't want to not read the book. So with a little bit more help from Mum than usually he worked his way through the book in about a week and a half. Adorable story of a boy who loves orange and when he receives a lamp that just happens to contain a Genie he is given one wish. Otto's wish is that everything should be orange. Otto soon learns that you should be careful what you wish for when cars can't tell what colour the traffic lights are and a robber on the loose has a description of everybody else, orange wearing orange clothes! Great story that will keep even reluctant readers turning the pages. Highly recommend any one of the 8 books in this series published so far. They are around 30-odd pages each and first published April 2008.
Date published: 2009-02-19