Tree-mendous Trouble

Mike Nawrocki (Author) SΓ©guin-Magee Luke (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$6.99  $6.43
Publisher
Tyndale Kids
Publish Date
March 03, 2020
Pages
128
Dimensions
5.4 X 7.5 X 0.4 inches | 0.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781496435149

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About the Author

Mike Nawrocki, co-creator of VeggieTales and the voice of the beloved Larry The Cucumber, has been part of the pulse of the Veggie brand since its inception in 1993. Mike has created, written, and directed most of the popular "Silly Songs with Larry" segments, including fan favorites "His Cheeseburger" and "The Hairbrush Song." He has also lent his screenwriting and directing talents to dozens of VeggieTales episodes such as "Madame Blueberry and The League of Incredible Vegetables," as well as both of the properties' theatrical release films, Jonah and The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. In addition, Mike has authored a number of VeggieTales books and CD projects as well as developing and writing for another of Big Idea's hit animated properties, 3-2-1 Penguins. Mike is currently focused on developing new children's properties centered around fun characters, engaging storytelling, and wholesome values. Mike makes his home in Franklin, TN, with his wife and two children.

Reviews

An early chapter book full of humor and adventures centered on Christian life. In this fifth entry in the Dead Sea Squirrels series, ancient talking squirrels Merle and Pearl, who were salted and preserved in a cave for centuries, have now found a home with 10-year-old Michael Gomez and his family. After establishing a life in the 21st century, Merle and Pearl come to realize they can get into as many adventures and difficult situations now as they did in the past. This book features run-ins with other local squirrels and Michael's family cat as well as trouble at Michael's school when Merle squirms his way out of Michael's backpack. Whenever Merle and Pearl find themselves in a pickle, Pearl refers to God's blessings and reminds Merle of God's teachings. Even as they laugh at the squirrels' shenanigans, readers will absorb the lessons to be kind and forgiving to family, friends, and even enemies, following God's will. The illustrations are appropriately humorous (one of Pearl in a bathrobe and bunny slippers, holding a cup of tea, is particularly funny), and they depict an interracial Gomez family; Michael, his dad, and his sister have somewhat darker skin than does Michael's mother. A cliffhanger whets readers' appetites for the next book, Whirly Squirrelies, which publishes simultaneously. A fun, action-packed romp with a lesson about living out God's messages folded in. (Fantasy. 6-9)--Kirkus Reviews