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    The Boy Who Wouldn't Share

    The Boy Who Wouldn't Share

    by Mike Reiss and David Catrow

    Edward gets in a sticky spot when he continually insists that "It's mine, mine, mine!" Children "will belly laugh even as they see a reflection of themselves."—SLJ

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    Monster Mash

    Monster Mash

    by David Catrow

    The "Monster Mash" gets Wolf Man, zombies, and other monsters to dance and party in this catchy, classic song. Dracula rises out of his coffin, vampires feast in the master bedroom, and the ghouls get a jolt from Boris's electrodes.

    This "graveyard smash" caught on in a flash, and it became the hit of the land. The song, written in 1962 by Bobby "Boris" Pickett and Lenny Capizzi, has gone on to sell over 4 million copies. Fifty years later, David Catrow takes it to new heights as a picture book, with his fun and wacky illustrations that are sure to get kids singing and "mashing" along.

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    David Catrow is the award-winning illustrator of numerous books for children, including the Max Spaniel series and Take me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Songs. He lives in Springfield, Ohio, with his wife, Debbie, and their three dogs, Bubbs, Beetle, and Blue.

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Santa Claustrophobia

Author: Mike Reiss

Illustrator: David Catrow

Interest Level:
1-3

Age:
7-10

Genre:
Comedy and Humor

Subject:
Christmas

About This Book

From Simpsons writer Mike Reiss and two-time New York Times Best Illustrated Books of the Year-winner David Catrow comes a hilarious follow-up to their best-selling How Murray Saved Christmas.

Meet Doc Holiday. As a therapist he's helped everyone from the Thanksgiving Turkey, with his recurring nightmares about Pilgrims, to Cupid and his personal romance problems -- he's remarkably shy for a guy with no pants! But when Saint Nick himself comes in and is diagnosed with a severe case of Santa Claustrophobia, the Doc gets the challenge of his career. Sending the big guy off to Aruba for some much-needed R and R, the Doc takes it on himself to round up the rest of the holiday gang to handle Christmas in Santa's absence.

The challenges become immediately apparent as the Easter Bunny paints all of the toys in pastels, Lincoln and Washington fight over who's in charge, Columbus insists he must sail West to go East to make the deliveries, and the April Fool manages to do everything wrong! Christmas is out of control, and it becomes clear to Doc Holiday that there's only one person who can set things right.


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