Mission by Susan Hood
Back to School: Top-Secret Information

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The watercolor illustrations feature diverse children, a white male teacher, and even a set of twins (one wears glasses)—aka double agents. This will not only calm new students’ fears, but give them a unique way to look at their own first days of school.
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What will distract first-time students from first-day jitters? Entering secret-agent mode, of course! The team from Mission: New Baby is back with a new assignment: turn school into a thrilling action adventure! After rendezvousing at the vehicle checkpoint (meeting at the bus stop), young agents will learn to build diplomatic relations (make new friends), conduct fieldwork (explore outside during science class), and develop new lines of communication (learn to read and play music). Chock-full of tips and fun visuals, it’s bound to get kids excited for their next mission!
 

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Susan Hood is the author of more than 200 children?s books, including several other Pup and Hound titles for Kids Can Press. She was most recently the Children?s Content Director for Nick Jr. Magazine. Susan lives in Fairfield, Connecticut. Janice Nadeau studied graphic design and illustration at the Université du Québec ? Montréal and at the ?cole supérieure des arts décoratifs de Strasbourg (France). She likes to explore different applications of her medium, whether it?s illustrating books or designing textile. Janice is a three-time recipient of the Governor General?s Award for Illustration, Canada?s most prestigious literary prize.
 
Published July 5, 2016 by Random House Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on May 04 2016

The watercolor illustrations feature diverse children, a white male teacher, and even a set of twins (one wears glasses)—aka double agents. This will not only calm new students’ fears, but give them a unique way to look at their own first days of school.

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