My Think-a-ma-Jink by Dave WhamondMy Think-a-ma-Jink by Dave Whamond

My Think-a-ma-Jink

byDave WhamondIllustratorDave Whamond

Paperback | February 15, 2012

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A picture book adventure of infinite possibilities! It’s Jack’s sixth birthday and he couldn’t be more…bored?! That’s right, model airplanes, stuffed dinosaurs, not even a talking robot can break him free of his festering funk. What’s a boy to do? Enter a most mysterious gift from the equally mysterious Uncle Doug. Within an ordinary-looking brown box glows the Think-a-ma-Jink, a bizarre contraption that claims to bend the very laws of time and space. With this gadget, no idea is too fantastic to be realized, no world too distant to be visited, no personality too zany to be adopted. With his younger sister, Marie, at his side, Jack discovers a wild new universe of possibilities before him: cotton-candy breathing dragons, space-traveling hot-air balloons, caramel rivers and mountains built from chocolate sundaes. But when he and Marie engage in a boisterous, shape-shifting struggle, the future of the Think-a-ma-Jink hangs in the balance. Is Jack doomed to go back to being bored…or is he on the verge of an even greater discovery?
DAVE WHAMOND is the award-winning author of My Think-a-ma-Jink and a regular contributor to chickaDEE and OWL magazines. He also has a syndicated cartoon strip called “Reality Check,” which appears daily in a number of North American newspapers. He lives in Calgary. DAVE WHAMOND is the award-winning author of My Think-a-ma-Jink and a r...
Title:My Think-a-ma-JinkFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10.25 × 8.26 × 0.15 inPublished:February 15, 2012Publisher:Owlkids Books Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1926973100

ISBN - 13:9781926973104


Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love it Great illustration and great story
Date published: 2017-06-14

Editorial Reviews

"Any parent of young children can relate to the magic of a cardboard box and the power of an unrestrained imagination." - This West Coast Mommy (blog) - 20140217