The Fix-It Man by Susan Hood

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Stuff happens. Things break, but fixing them can be as much fun as breaking them, sometimes...Think of it as a cautionary tale. If you can fix a chair, you can put away the skateboard.
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Meet Joshua James, the fix-it man. If he can’t fix it, no one can!

When a stinky problem arises, Joshua James takes matters into his own hands with a little help from his younger sister, Sophie.

This playful read-aloud story with catchy text and imaginative illustrations is sure to inspire young inventors everywhere.

 

About Susan Hood

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Susan Hood is the author of more than 200 children’s books, including Leaps and Bounce and Rooting for You (both illustrated by Matthew Cordell); Ada’s Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay (illustrated by Sally Wern Comport); and Mission: Back to School (with art by Mary Lundquist); among many others. She has worked as an editor for Nick Jr., Sesame Street, and Scholastic, and when not writing, she enjoys fixing up her old house and sailboats with her husband—the original Fix-It Man! Visit www.susanhoodbooks.com.Arree Chung is a maker, which means he breaks a lot of things before putting them back together again. He is also the author and Illustrator of the Ninja! series. When Arree isn't breaking things or making up stories, you can find him riding his bike or playing basketball in the Bay Area of San Francisco. Visit him online at www.arree.com. Author Image 1
 
Published November 8, 2016 by HarperCollins. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.
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Stuff happens. Things break, but fixing them can be as much fun as breaking them, sometimes...Think of it as a cautionary tale. If you can fix a chair, you can put away the skateboard.

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