HarperCollins, May 8, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
"How do planes fly?"
"How does our fridge work?"
"Can I breathe underwater like a fish?"
Oliver is a curious explorer, so he asks a lot of questions.
Then, one day in the bathtub, he hears a strange gurgle. "What lives down the drain?" he wonders. Soon Oliver is headed down the drain in his homemade submarine on a spectacular mission. But will this clever inventor be able to discover a way back?
In this imaginative and funny adventure story, Judith Rossell introduces a lovable little hero whose curiosity leads him to extraordinary places.
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Review: OliverUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
Oliver likes to find things out. He asks a lot of questions, too. When he asks his mom what's down the drain, she tells him "nothing." Oliver is not convinced, so he builds a submarine and sets off ... Read full review
Review: OliverUser Review - Goodreads
Cute illustrations but didn't feel new. I've been here before with many picture books directed at boys.