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Mom Has Rabies

Mom Has Rabies

'Springsteen Scrapbook' book image
not final art
"What I like best is the story's energy and rhythm. Many children's authors try to write in verse, but sometimes fail because they use words or sentences that are too difficult for this age level. Your language is wonderfully direct and approachable . I love irreverent stories like this ... but we could never publish it." -- Anonymous editor at Scholastic Books

Mom Has Rabies

  • by Hank Bordowitz
  • Format: Ebook and Softcover
  • Pub. Date: October 2016
  • Publisher: The Book Werx
  • ISBN pending

Synopsis

"Mom has rabies her mouth's begun to foam I fear she's going to bite me when I get home." So begins the trials and tribulations of a child who is having a very bad couple of days. In trouble with the teacher, the principal and mom, the story involves a late assignment, a missing book and the ultimate realization that the adults are actually in the kid's corner, and angry as she might get, mom will always love her children. Brilliantly illustrated by wonderful, new, young artist Elizabeth Solomon, this book is seen totally from the child's point of view.