More Munschworks! Volume three in the large picture-book format has arrived with five more classic Munsch tales.
Robert Munsch is one of North America's best-selling authors. Two Munsch titles appeared on the New York Times list of the top 100 children's books published in the last fifteen years. He is in constant demand, and his books are always popular with young and old alike. Since 1979, when his first two books, The Dark and Mud Puddle, were published, over 20 million Munsch books have been sold in over a dozen languages.
Munschworks: The First Munsch Collection (1998) was praised as "...a treasure chest of crowd-pleasing picture books at a bargain price" (Booklist). Munschworks 2 followed hot on its trail in 1999, and Munschworks 3 is here to complete the set. Don't miss these popular best-sellers!
Stephanie's Ponytail illustrated by Michael Martchenko
All of Stephanie's schoolmates copy her hairstyles, getting Stephanie so mad that she decides to shave her head...or so she tells them! A Promise is a Promise illustrated by Vladyana Langer Krykorka
Allashua breaks her promise to her parents and goes fishing on the sea ice, where she is captured by the Qallupilluit. Her clever parents must then devise a trick to prevent the evil sea trolls from taking all their children. Angela's Airplane illustrated by Michael Martchenko
When Angela's father goes missing at the airport, she decides to search for him in an airplane. Once in the cockpit, Angela knows it wouldn't hurt to push just one button...and another.... Jonathan Cleaned Up -- Then He Heard a Sound illustrated by Michael Martchenko
The subway stops in Jonathan's living room, unloading hundreds of people and leaving a huge mess. When Jonathan goes to City Hall to complain, he comes up with the perfect solution. Show and Tell illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Benjamin wants to take something really neat to school for show and tell, but his new baby sister turns out to be a bad choice!