Nothing Rhymes with Orange

Adam Rex (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
August 01, 2017
Pages
48
Dimensions
9.2 X 9.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781452154435

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About the Author

Adam Rex is the author and illustrator of many beloved picture books and novels, including the New York Times bestseller Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich, and has worked with the likes of Jon Scieszka, Mac Barnett, and Jeff Kinney. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.

Reviews

"You will never, ever, ever find a better, truer, more big-hearted poetic saga about an orange, a lychee, and dancing Friedrich Nietzsche. It begs to be sung aloud. And will make you a better person. Completely beyond good and evil!" -Jon Scieszka, first National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Smorange.
"This book is peachy, fresh and funny! It's worth every cent of your hard-earned money!"- Geisel Award Winner Laurie Keller
"Fresh and funny, readers will go bananas over Orange's angst and antics in this delightfully appealing new book by Adam Rex." -Kelly DiPucchio, author of Dragon Was Terrible
"The absurd and the organic come together in a hilarious ode to fruit, fun, and friendship. Adam Rex proves that he is the Bard of Produce." -New York Times bestselling author/illustrator LeUyen Pham
"Not since Carmen Miranda took up hat-making, has fruit been this funny and fabulous!" -Caldecott Honor recipient Molly Idle
"Hilarious! Any picture book that can work in Friedrich Nietzsche and lycanthropic pears is a winner to me." -Drew Daywalt, author of The Day the Crayons Quit
"This sad sack orange is one of the most relatable picture book characters I've had the pleasure of reading about in a long time. And finally a book that teaches kids the correct pronunciation of Friedrich Nietzsche!" --Carson Ellis, author/illustrator of Du Iz Tak
"Every page makes me laugh save a couple near the end, which I find so touching that I get a little misty." -Mac Barnett, New York Times bestselling author of Extra Yarn and Leo: A Ghost Story
"A perfect read-aloud. Fruitful in every sense of the word."-Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"A sly concept, deft artwork, and unflagging energy make this a winner."-Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Whether read aloud or solo, the bright illustrations, funny rhymes and happy ending make this a thoroughly enjoyable story."--Shelf Awareness
"Cheers for not only nutrition but for thinking outside the bowl to include the unfairly marginalized."-Booklist
"Silly and a warm story about feelings and friendship, making it a very fun party indeed."--Common Sense Media
"Funny, visually entertaining and - yes, here comes the fruit pun - fresh as can be."--Chicago Tribune
"Advisory: Laughter may ensue."--Twenty by Jenny
Chicago Trubune Best Children's Books of the Year