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    David Gets in Trouble

    David Gets in Trouble

    by David Shannon

    This time, David does the talking, with phrases like "I forgot" and "I didn't mean to." By book's end, he wins us over with his gentle acceptance of responsibility.

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    David Gets in Trouble

    David Gets in Trouble

    by David Shannon and David Shannon

    David always comes up with an excuse to try to get out of trouble. Your child will laugh as you share the familiar explanations for childhood mischief, from "The dog ate my homework" to "It was an accident" to the simple "I forgot." Shannon's unique, vibrant illustrations capture the young troublemaker in each scene perfectly.

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    David's mishaps will encourage your child to be honest, and encourage him to take a positive attitude towards misfortune at a time when small accidents can seem like the end of the world.

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David Gets in Trouble

Author: David Shannon

Illustrator: David Shannon

Interest Level:
Pre-K-1

Grade Level Equivalent:
1.6

Guided Reading Level:
F

Age:
4-6

Genre:
Series

Subject:
Manners and Conduct, Discipline, Mischief, Individuality

About This Book

David doesn't mean to get in trouble. It's not his fault. Most of the time, it's just an accident! Or maybe he forgot something. Or some furniture got in the way. Whatever the situation, David has a really good explanation...and it will leave kids and parents laughing. Once again, David Shannon proves he knows every excuse in the book — especially when faced with the age-old problem of dealing with grown-ups.

Praise for David Gets in Trouble

* "This memorable character is nothing short of a force of nature."—Publishers Weekly, starred review

* "The contemporary stylistic art is just right for depicting the boy's antics and his high-energy personality."—School Library Journal, starred review


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