A #1 New York Times best-selling author and illustrator, Calef Brown has penned numerous hit books for young people and has been featured in publications like Newsweek, Rolling Stone, the New Yorker, and more. Packed with humor and clever wordplay, Boy Wonders is the perfect book for inquisitive listeners whose favorite question is Why? In humorous poems sure to delight children, Brown poses puzzling queries like "Is water scared of waterfalls?" and "Are phones annoyed when no one calls?" "With its . musical wordplay, this title is perfect for read-aloud sharing and will amuse and stimulate listeners of any age."-School Library Journal
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by Philip Reeve
by Donald J. Sobol
by Calef Brown
"What does a boy wonder? Take a listen to this story of one imaginative youngster's mind. Before one can even ponder, question, or query, this book peppers the listener with a barrage of questions. Do bees get hives? Is water scared of waterfalls? Do taffy pullers ever push? The good news is that answers abound--and so do more questions. Enunciation is key for the narrator of this book, and Greg Steinbruner speaks with precision and clarity. His pacing is speedy enough to highlight the multiple meanings, rhyme, and alliteration of the text, and he provides occasional pauses for contemplation. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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