Remember Me

The Day the Crayons Quit
Children's - Preschool-2nd Grade, Age 3-7 
40 p. ; 
Retail $17.99

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ISBN 9780399255373
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Daywalt offers a humorous take on role reversal. He challenges kids to think about art and why they pick the crayon they do. What if they tried a different color? Readers cheer Duncan's creative answer to the "overused, underworked, too short, and naked" crayon complaints. A clever, entertaining way to show how working with available tools can either be a restriction or an opportunity to create something extraordinary. An important lesson for all ages.
Publisher Summary
When Duncan arrives at school one morning, he finds a stack of letters, one from each of his crayons, complaining about how he uses them. Kids can imagine their own conversations with crayons with this picture book by Daywalt and "New York Times"-bestselling illustrator Jeffers. Full color.
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