Wacky Wednesday by Theo LeSig and George Booth

In this aptly wacky story, a child wakes up to discover a shoe on her bedroom wall, and it soon becomes clear that it isn’t going to be an ordinary day — in fact, far from it!

  
With every turn of the page, more and more strange sightings appear, not just in her house, but also on the streets and even in her classroom. 

  
So not only is the rhyming narrative fun in Wacky Wednesday — as it usually is when it’s penned by Dr. Seuss (aka Theo LeSieg) — but the zany illustrations by George Booth also have a challenging I-spy element that requires you to decide if something is odd — or not. Definitely one of the funniest and most original and entertaining search-and-find books out there!

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