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Kids Can Press Spring 2012

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    9781771382403 9781771382397 9781771382427 9781771382410
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    Fountas & Pinnell Text Level Gradient: N Lexile measure: 620L
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Dear Flyary
By (author): Dianne Young Illustrated by: John Martz
9781554534487 Hardcover, Picture book English Juvenile: Age (years) from 4 - 8, Grade (US) from P - 3 JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General Mar 01, 2012
$18.95 CAD
Out of print 7.5 x 9.38 x 0.44 in | 0.65 lb 32 pages Kids Can Press
Best Bets, Picture Books, Ontario Library Assoiciation 2012, Commended Reuben Award for Book Illustration, National Comics Society 2012, Short-listed Saskatchewan Book Award for Children's Literature 2014, Winner
One-eyed alien Frazzle recounts his flying adventures in a new journal (in alien vernacular, of course). He bighearts his little Model 7, but as time passes, it starts making strange sounds, and Frazzle --- pressured by friends and co-workers --- wonders if he should trade it in. One day, when it goes CLUNK in the middle of the flyway, it's clear something must be done. Youngsters will love the out-of-this-world illustrations depicting worlds rife with all manner of alien life. Even more irresistible: an unexpected ending sure to delight careful readers.

Dianne Young won the 1992 Saskatchewan Writers Guild Literary Award for Children's Literature. Her previous titles include A World of Difference and Purple Hair? I Don't Care! Dianne lives in Martensville, Saskatchewan.

John Martz is an illustrator, cartoonist and graphic designer. He won a 2011 Joe Shuster Award and has twice been nominated for a Doug Wright Award. John is also cofounder of the illustration blog “Drawn!”. John lives in Toronto, Ontario.

There is much fun to be had sounding out words and guessing at their meaning and roots, as planet Harbat's jabberwocky attests. - Kirkus Reviews

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