What George Forgot

Kathy Wolff (Author) Richard Byrne (Illustrator)
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Description

George is great at remembering things! When it's time to get ready for school, he remembers to wake up his family, put on his brand-new superhero watch, and tell his daily knock-knock joke.
He even remembers to eat breakfast, brush his teeth, and find his backpack!

So why does George feel like he is forgetting something?

This uproariously funny picture book offers a fresh spin on a morning routine. Readers know what George forgot, but will he ever figure it out?

Product Details

Price
$16.99
Publisher
Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books
Publish Date
July 03, 2017
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.7 X 0.5 X 11.1 inches | 0.97 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781619638716
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About the Author

Kathy Wolff lives in Overland Park, Kansas with her husband and her two funny kids. She attempts to balance writing, mom-ing, and greeting-card making . . . all while trying to remember not to forget anything.
@KathyWolffbooks

Richard Byrne is the illustrator of This book just ate my dog! and We're in the wrong book! He worked in graphic design before turning to children's books. Richard lives with his wife and two children in the United Kingdom.
www.richardbyrne.co.uk
@byRichardByrne

Reviews

"Haphazard and silly . . . A clever way to usher kids to the bus with a smile." - Kirkus Reviews

"Pencil drawings are digitally colored with soft pastels that create a palette filled with both joyfulness and innocence. . . . Getting lost in George's messiness is part of the fun as George visualizes everything he did and allows viewers to get sidetracked along with him." - BCCB

"Humorous touches, including text formatting and commentary from the narrator, and colorful, playfully detailed cartoon illustrations enliven the extensive description of George's morning . . . a lighthearted, amusing portrayal of routines." - Booklist Online