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About Robert Munsch
Robert Munsch is the author of more than 25 books for children including The Paper Bag Princes and Stephanie's Ponytail. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studied to be a Jesuit priest before deciding to work with children instead. He taught in a variety of nursery schools and daycare centers while he earned an MA in Early Childhood Education. In 1975, Munsch and his wife, Ann, moved to Guelph, Ontario. The Munschs have three children: Julie, Andrew, and Tyya (see them all in Something Good!).
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Another laugh-out-loud book from the author of The Paper Bag Princess!
Everyone is copying Stephanie’s ponytail! No matter which way she wears it, the list of copycats keeps growing. But when Stephanie declares her next hair style, she tries to shake all of her followers loose.
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this tale of trend-setting hairdos to a young generation of readers.
Over five million copies in print!
When the fiercest dragon in the whole world smashes Princess Elizabeth’s castle, burns all her clothes, and captures her fiancé, Prince Ronald, Elizabeth takes matters into her own hands. With her wits alone and nothing but a paper bag to wear, the princess challenges the dragon to show his strength in the hopes of saving the prince. But is it worth all that trouble?
Readers the world-over have fallen in love with this classic story of girl power. Now a newly designed Classic Munsch edition will introduce the tale to a new generation of young feminists.
When Jule Ann goes outside in her brand-new clothes, a mud puddle jumps on her and gets her completely dirty. The mud gets in her ears, eyes, and even her mouth. Jule Ann’s mother scrubs her clean and puts her in new clothes, but every time Jule Ann ventures out, the mud puddle finds her and pounces. Finally, Jule Ann has had enough: clutching two bars of smelly yellow soap, she heads outside one more time…
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this charming tale of unavoidable mess to a new generation of young readers.
Andrew’s tooth is killing him, but it just won’t fall out. So what do they do? Call the Tooth Fairy, of course!
Andrew bites into an apple and his loose tooth hurts. So his dad tries to take it out with a big pair of pliers, but no luck. So they call the dentist, who tries to pull it out with his car, but no luck. So Andrew’s friend Louis calls the Tooth Fairy. She comes on her motorcycle and tries to pull out the tooth, but no luck. So it’s up to Louis —he uses pepper to make Andrew sneeze the tooth all the way across town.
Mortimer will not be quiet and go to sleep. Not for his mother, or his father, or his seventeen sisters and brothers, not even for the police.
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this unforgettable noise-maker to a new generation of young readers.
It's the very first day of daycare, and Amanda and Jeremiah don't know what to do. They want to play with the same blocks, they want to use the same paint. But the teacher says they have to share... so they share everything. Even... their clothes?!?
Robert Munsch first wrote this tale for the kids in his own daycare classroom — which makes it the perfect board book story!
Tyya is grocery shopping with her dad, but he's not letting her pick any of the good stuff like cookies, ice cream, or candies. When she holds still and is mistaken for the best, most lifelike doll in the supermarket, an argument at the till leads her dad to buy something good after all.
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this tale of mistaken merchandise to a new generation of young readers.
Robin has discovered that there is a baby down inside the hole in the sandbox, so she goes looking for someone to take care of it. But what is a baby good for?
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this quirky tale of adoption to a new generation of young readers.
Shelley has to pick up the socks she’s left all over her room. But when she opens her sock drawer, a tiny troublemaking boy appears. She has to make her bed, but there he is again, underneath the sheets watering a tomato plant. Soon enough this tiny terror is making a mess all over the house and Shelley’s efforts to get rid of him only make him grow bigger. The solution, to everyone’s surprise, is banishment by hugs and kisses!
A newly designed Classic Munsch picture book introduces this charming tale of a tiny, yet persistent interloper to a new generation of young readers.
A young woman holds her newborn son
And looks at him lovingly.
"I'll love you forever
I'll like you for always
As long as I'm living
My baby you'll be."
So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions of Americans. Since publication in l986, Love You Forever has sold more than 15 million copies in paperback and the regular hardcover edition.
See below for English description.
Pourquoi Ciara transporterait-elle son ßquipement de hockey jusqu'à l'autre bout de la ville alors qu'il y a une rivière gelße tout près de chez elle? Ciara et son ßquipe dßsirent jouer un match sur leur propre patinoire, mais pourront-il marquer le but dßcisif avant que la glace ne casse et parte à la dßrive? Humour, excitation et suspense sont au rendez-vous dans cet album du cßlèbre tandem Robert Munsch et Michael Martchenko.
Ciara is tired of hauling her hockey gear across town to play on the rink. It makes no sense-there is a perfectly good frozen river in her own backyard! But her dad says it's too jagged, and her mom says it's too bumpy, and her older sisters don't see why she can't keep going all the way across town, just like they did. But Ciara won't let anybody stop her. And with a little help from the neighbourhood, she knows that her team, the River Rink Rats, will finally win a game on their own brand new rink.
Original title:Just One Goal!
Andrew has decided he never needs to go pee ever again, but his parents aren’t too sure. Only one minute into the drive to his grandparents’ house, Andrew changes his mind.
A new look for the Classic Munsch picture books brings all of the urgency and fun of I Have to Go! To a new generation of young readers.