Santa Bruce (a Mother Bruce Book)

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Disney-Hyperion
Publish Date
Pages
48
Dimensions
12.3 X 9.2 X 0.4 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781484782903

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About the Author

Ryan T. Higgins (ryanthiggins.com) is an author and illustrator who likes the outdoors and cheese sandwiches. He is NOT a grumpy old black bear, but he DOES like making books about one--starting with the New York Times best-selling Mother Bruce, which received the E. B. White Read-Aloud Award and the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Honor. He also wrote and illustrated Hotel Bruce, BE QUIET!, Bruce's Big Move, and We Don't Eat Our Classmates. Ryan lives in Maine with his wife and kids . . . and too many pets.

Reviews

PRAISE FOR MOTHER BRUCE

"Higgins turns classic picture-book scenarios upside down, then wrings them for contemporary laughs."--The New York Times
PRAISE FOR BE QUIET!--Kids Indie Next List
PRAISE FOR BE QUIET!--Junior Library Guild Selection
PRAISE FOR MOTHER BRUCE

"[H]ats off to Ryan T. Higgins."--The Wall Street Journal
PRAISE FOR HOTEL BRUCE

"The illustrations are delightful, with lots of visual humor for those who pay attention to details. . . . This latest installment is sure to enchant a wide audience."--School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR BE QUIET!

* "This hilarious and fun read-aloud will be a hit at storytime."--School Library Journal, starred review
PRAISE FOR BRUCE'S BIG MOVE

"A funny, delightful argument both for and against a hermitic life."--Kirkus Reviews
PRAISE FOR BE QUIET!

* "Higgins has once again drawn up a winner."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review
PRAISE FOR BE QUIET!

* "[E]ntertainment gold."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
PRAISE FOR HOTEL BRUCE--Kids Indie Next List
PRAISE FOR HOTEL BRUCE--Junior Library Guild Selection
PRAISE FOR HOTEL BRUCE

"As cheekily funny as the illustrations are, even funnier is their juxtaposition with the often understated narration. . . . A merry, witty celebration of chaos and grumpiness."--Kirkus Reviews