Terrific

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Hyperion Book CH, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
36 Reviews
"Terrific," says Eugene, after winning an all-expenses-paid vacation in Bermuda. "I'll probably get a really nasty sunburn." Unfortunately, Eugene's luck is a lot worse than that. First, his cruise ship sinks, then he ends up stranded on a tiny island. But Eugene isn't alone. There's another castaway, a parrot with a busted wing, who tells him what there is to eat and drink and how to build a sailboat. Cranky Eugene pays attention, and now his luck begins to change.

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This is a picture book with great illustrations. - Goodreads
Funny, well-drawn, and with a great ending. - Goodreads
Love the dead pan humor and his illustrations. - Goodreads
It's such fun and has a surprise ending. - Goodreads
It has both a plot and a theme. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Kristi Maurer - Goodreads

Terrific is an entertaining book. Despite its predictability, I think children will love it. The book's main character is an elderly man that will cause many children to laugh. By the end of the book ... Read full review

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User Review  - Judy Lindow - Goodreads

Good book for shared reading as it's a larger book, with easy to see, colorful, comic-like a crisp illustrations. The final message is that making friends can make you happy. Also, that 'things aren't ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Jon Agee is the author/illustrator of a dozen celebrated picture books, including The Retired Kid, Nothing, Milo's Hat Trick, and Terrific (all ALA Notables), along with seven popular books of wordplay, among them, Smart Feller, Fart Smeller. Said Booklist: "In the Olympics of verbal gymnastics, Agee takes the gold.

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