Nanook & Pryce by Ned Crowley
Gone Fishing

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Breakfast break

puffins pass

Giant wake

Bye-bye bass

Round and round

warning bark

Fearless hound

Scaredy sharks

Two oblivious fishermen and an intrepid dog who scares away sharks star in this cleverly written, whimsically illustrated story with a subtle environmental message. Nanook, Pryce, and Yukon go out ice fishing for breakfast one morning when the next thing they know, they are adrift on the high seas. The accidental tourists escape sharks (or are the sharks escaping them?) and giant squid, wriggle out of fishnets, dodge hungry pelicans, and inadvertently partake in all kinds of adventures.

Ages: 3 - 8


About Ned Crowley

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Ned Crowley is the author of Ugh! a Bug! He lives in Oak Park, Illinois.
Published November 15, 2011 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Two small, stoic fishermen sail around the world on an ice floe, having various nautical adventures with minimal fuss and arriving home in time for bed. In each spread, understated four-word couple

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