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Good Job, George!

Good Job, George!

Illustrated by Andrew Joyner

Hardcover

$17.99
Good Job, George!

About the Book

From the bestselling author of Fancy Nancy comes a book about George, a little boy who is always eager to help!

From the bestselling duo Jane O'Connor and Andrew Joyner comes a story about George, who is a very helpful boy. He feeds his dog, Pogo, and helps around the house. It's no surprise everyone's always saying, "Good job, George!" When his parents decide to paint a room in their house, he knows it is the perfect job for him. But the painting doesn't go as planned for George, when a very hungry Pogo has different plans.

Good Job, George is perfect for little helpers; whether they're in the classroom or in the house, children and adults alike will find George endearing and relatable.

Product Details

On sale: March 1, 2022
Age: 3-6 years
Grade: Up to Kindergarten
Page count: 40 Pages
ISBN: 9780593205631
Reading level: Fountas/Pinnell: J

Author Bio

Jane O'Connor is the author of the bestselling Fancy Nancy series, which Disney Junior has made into an animated TV series. She also is an editor at a major publishing house in New York. Good Job, George! was inspired by her granddaughter, who receives constant praise from her proud parents.

Andrew Joyner is the illustrator of the number one New York Times bestseller Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum as well as Duck and Hippo in the Rainstorm by Jonathan London and Bunny Figures It Out by Ruby Shamir. He is also the author and illustrator of The Pink Hat and Stand Up! Speak Up!. He lives with his family on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia.

Praise

"With warmhearted cartooning and winks at everyday domestic comedy... O’Connor (the Fancy Nancy series) and Joyner (Love Was Inside) ground their story in a loving environment and reassure readers that praise isn’t empty words; on the contrary, positive reinforcement can help kids strive to be their best selves."--Publishers Weekly