The Field Day from the Black Lagoon

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Scholastic Inc., May 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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There's just one week until field day at the Black Lagoon and Hubie is going to be ready!

But getting in shape in one week is harder than he thinks -- especially when the workout kit he has seems to be for chickens. Why else would he be developing his pecs and thighs?

When the two teams finally meet on the big day, there's more than winning at stake. Will their friendships survive the cut-throat water balloon tosses and three-legged races that await them?

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I can certainly see third and fourth grade boys liking this book. It has a lot of humor that boys like. Plus it has pictures and little cartoon drawings in addition to the text. A few pages I think ... Read full review


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About the author (2008)

Mike Thaler was born in Los Angeles, California in 1936. He started his professional career drawing cartoons for adults. A children's book editor saw one of these cartoons and encouraged Mike to try his hand at writing for children. His first attempt met with success, and The Magic Boy was published in 1961. The creator of the Letterman from PBS's Electric Company series, Mike Thaler has published over 130 children's books and is known by his fans as the Riddle King.

Jared Lee is an accomplished illustrator with experience working for the likes of L.L. Bean, Procter& Gamble, Hasbro, Scholastic, Simon& Schuster, and the U.S. Postal Service. He received a BFA degree from the John Herron Art Institute. He currently resides in Lebanon, Ohio.