George Shrinks Lb
HarperCollins, Oct 2, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
One morning, George wakes up to find he's shrunk to the size of a mouse. The simplest tasks -- washing the dishes, taking out the garbage, feeding the goldfish -- all require Herculean efforts, which the pint-sized hero in a modern day Lilliput attacks with unflappable aplomb. And now the best-selling George Shrinks has shrunk to classic board book size, so while toddlers might not be able to reach the cookie jar on top of the refrigerator, they'll find this book just the right size.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - QianqiongWang - LibraryThing
George Shinks is a fantasy picture book tells a story about a boy who called George. There was a one day, George dreamed became a small man and it was become true when he got up. Therefore, he spent ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jmistret - LibraryThing
A young boy named George wakes up one day and has completely shrunk. His parents left for the day and George is left with a long list of chores, one being to take care of his baby brother. George ... Read full review