Every member of the Frazzle family is disastrously forgetful. Mr. Frazzle forgets his trousers, Wags the dog can't find bone, and Annie and Ben bring fishing poles and towels to school instead of their homework. Not even Aunt Rosemary with her organizational tips can help. But one day Annie has an idea that combines rhyme, recall, and song into a melodic way to remember in this warmhearted tribute to compensating for weaknesses.
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A family with severe short-term memory issues discovers a coping strategy at last in this mildly farcical outing.Mar 01 2013 | Read Full Review of The Frazzle Family Finds a Way
âThe Frazzles were forgetful,â writes Bonwill (I Donât Want to Be a Pea!). âThey forgot their umbrellas when it rained.â Caldecott Medalist Gammell paints the raindrops as gorgeous splatters of grey-bFeb 04 2013 | Read Full Review of The Frazzle Family Finds a Way
PreS-Gr 1—The members of the Frazzle family certainly live up to their name: they are an utter mess. In winter they forget their coats, in summer they forget their sunscreen, on trips to the grocery store they forget everything except eggs and leave poor Grandpa in the frozen-foods aisle. The hap...May 01 2013 | Read Full Review of The Frazzle Family Finds a Way