Put Me in a Book!

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Scholastic Canada, 2010 - Authors - 31 pages
All the kids want to be in a book - but it might not be as much fun as they think!

On their way home from a field trip, the class meets a famous writer who says he is looking for a kid to put in a book. Hailey volunteers, so the writer flattens her out, folds her up, and stuffs her in. But Hailey feels folded and scrunched and trapped and stuck, and asks the kids to get her out of the book. They try all kinds of things, but nothing works, until finally they have an idea &mdassh; and turn the tables on the famous writer!

Put Me in a Book! was inspired by a project that a grade two classroom in North Bay created and mailed to Robert Munsch - now they really ARE in a book!

 

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User Review  - ChristineRobinson - LibraryThing

This book has an interesting story line, with a girl being physically put into a book and then getting trapped. It is similar to many other books Munsch has written: A totally fantastic event occurs ... Read full review

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User Review  - simonl - LibraryThing

This is Munsch's latest book. It is based on a story that was written by Mrs O'Dell's class. As with most of Munsch's work, this story contains classical Munsch humour with over-the-top exaggerations. Martchenko's artwork illustrates the story's comical aspects. Read full review

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All the kids want to be in a book - but it might not be as much fun as they think!

On their way home from a field trip, the class meets a famous writer who says he is looking for a kid to put in a book. Hailey volunteers, so the writer flattens her out, folds her up, and stuffs her in. But Hailey feels folded and scrunched and trapped and stuck, and asks the kids to get her out of the book. They try all kinds of things, but nothing works, until finally they have an idea and turn the tables on the famous writer!

Put Me in a Book! was inspired by a project that a grade two classroom in North Bay created and mailed to Robert Munsch - now they really ARE in a book!

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