This wildly funny twist on the "How I spent my summer vacation" school-essay ritual details one child's imaginary adventures over the summer and is perfect for back-to-school reading!
Most kids go to camp over the summer, or to Grandma's house, or maybe they're stuck at home. Not Wallace Bleff. He was supposed to visit his Aunt Fern. Instead, Wallace insists, he was carried off by cowboys and taught the ways of the West--from riding buckin' broncos to roping cattle. Lucky for Aunt Fern, he showed up at her house just in time to divert a stampede from her barbecue party! Perfect for back-to-school read-alouds, here's a western fantasy with sparkling illustrations and enough action to knock kids' boots off!
July 8, 1997
Preschool - 2
Lexile: NP | Fountas/Pinnell: M
is a New York Times
–bestselling author and illustrator of children’s literature. Some of his most popular works are the Dinosaur series, How I Spent My Summer Vacation
, and Poppleton series. He lives in the Hudson River Valley with his wife, Laura, and two children, Lillias and Ava.