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 - Dimity Powell - Goodreads
Superb. Clear, clever clarity. Oliver is everyone's younger brother, kid next door, beguiling 6 year old, and he is perfect. I wanna go jet packing with him for ever. Read full review
Review: OliverUser Review - Sandi Roe - Goodreads
Oliver is a fun book about inventing and exploring how things work. Oliver asks his mom lots of questions, like if penguins could live in their fridge. It is far from factual, Oliver goes down the ... Read full review