Frank and Izzy Set Sail by Laura McGee Kvasnosky

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The creator of ZELDA AND IVY illustrates the fine art of being a good friend — and still being yourself-in an engaging, amusing tale about appreciating differences.

Frank likes the quiet life — an afternoon sitting in his favorite armchair and playing the ukulele suits him just fine. Izzy, on the other hand, craves an adventure, as you might expect of a rabbit whose grandma sailed the seven seas with a parrot on her shoulder (well, maybe not the parrot part). It’s no surprise that when Izzy suggests they sail to Crescent Island and camp out overnight, Frank is a tiny bit hesitant. But when Izzy agrees to tow along most of Frank’s earthly possessions — and Frank patches up an unexpected mishap on Izzy’s part — they both agree that odd couples can make great companions for sharing a wonderful summer’s day.
 

About Laura McGee Kvasnosky

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Laura McGee Kvasnosky has published twelve books for young readers, including the award-winning series about the two fabulous fox sisters, Zelda and Ivy. She says of FRANK AND IZZY SET SAIL, "I identify with many of the characteristics of Izzy, while my husband takes after Frank. We're still practicing our ukuleles for the Talent Show.
 
Published March 8, 2004 by Candlewick. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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When Izzy interrupts Frank’s quiet, peaceful afternoon of ukulele practice to invite him on an overnight sailing and camping trip, her insistence succeeds, and with nervous foresight for every possible kind of occurrence, Frank packs a week’s worth of supplies to join Izzy.

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Kvasnosky (Zelda and Ivy ) depicts Izzy as the intrepid type who provides spontaneous fun, and Frank as the practical fellow (and a bit of a worrywart) who averts disaster and winds up enjoying himself.

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