Best-selling artist Charles Fuge (Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball and I Know a Rhino) is back with a sunny, funny book that shows kids how to celebrate differences and diversity. When bright, happy illustrations of wildly imaginative creatures combine with a text in lilting rhyme, the result is one party no child will want to miss.
Look up in the sky, and see the balloons fly; to places far and wide, they'll carry party invitations from Blot and Og. And soon the wonderful wacky monsters come, from every planet in the universe and in all colors, shapes, and sizes.
Here are the Chucks, all chubby and green, with round red noses;
purple Jloops, with trunks as long as an elephant;
snake-like Grolligs with long white beards.
Can they all be friends? Yes they can! Because they quickly understand; meeting each other is the most beautiful thing of all.
As kids laugh at the funny pictures and happily repeat the rhymes, they'll also learn a valuable lesson in friendship and tolerance--a lesson that's more important now than ever.
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Published March 1, 2003
Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.