A young boy named Henry embarks on a normal, average day at school, but his daily activities are hopelessly disrupted by his overactive imagination. Breakfast turns into a fantastical adventure through his cereal box, and his classroom becomes a whirlwind of flying books. Along the way, an off-screen voice scolds him to "Stop daydreaming!"
In a fun and unexpected twist, it turns out that Henry and his adventures were part of a young girl's imagination all along.
Exuberant and innovative, this debut picture book by comic strip creator Mark Tatulli is a celebration of imagination and the power of daydreaming.
“Visually, Tatulli creates an interesting assemblage of comic panels, white space, and variations in perspective to create a dynamic story . . . This almost-wordless picture book will appeal to young children who are experts at 'reading' pictures.” —Kirkus
“An imaginative and enthralling adventure story.” —Booklist
“[A] surreal, layered picture book [with a] satisfying surprised twist . . . Tatulli’s fine-lined illustrations, with vibrant colors and with liberal use of comic panels, are visually engaging . . . [A] fantastical adventure.” —The Horn Book
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"Mark Tatulli is one of my favorite cartoonists." —Lincoln Peirce, author of the Big Nate series
"I salute Mark Tatulli!" —Lemony Snicket, author ofA Series of Unfortunate Events
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