On the Loose in Washington, D.C. by Sage Stossel

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In 2009, prize-winning Atlantic Online cartoonist created her "Where's Waldo?"-type bestseller On the Loose in Boston, which depicted the animals from Franklin Park Zoo in Beantown settings from Fenway Park to Faneuil Hall. Stossel's new book follows the animals from the National Zoo as they cavort around our nation's capital from the White House to Capitol Hill to the National Air and Space Museum. Children will have hours of entertainment finding the animals in On the Loose in Washington, DC - whether a monkey at the Library of Congress, a kangaroo at the Supreme Court, or a lion at the National Mall! Over 100 animals are hiding cleverly in favorite DC locations in this colorfully-illustrated rhyming picture book.
 

About Sage Stossel

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Sage Stossel, author of On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia, is an Atlantic contributing editor and a cartoonist for the Boston Globe, the Atlantic.com, the Provincetown Banner (for which she received a New England Press Association Award), and elsewhere. Her cartoons have been featured by the New York Times, CNN Headline News, Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year, and other venues. Her graphic novel, Starling, was published in 2013.
 
Published May 7, 2013 by Commonwealth Editions. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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