Jack the Puddle Jumper

Jack the Puddle Jumper The village of Pockinshook is in desperate trouble and they need Jack the Puddle Jumper to save them in this funny story written by a year old author and illustrated by artists from Argentina Ind

  • Title: Jack the Puddle Jumper
  • Author: Thomas Key Maddox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The village of Pockinshook is in desperate trouble, and they need Jack the Puddle Jumper to save them in this funny story written by a 10 year old author and illustrated by artists from Argentina, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Serbia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Little Jack just wants to jump in puddles But the village of Pockinshook hThe village of Pockinshook is in desperate trouble, and they need Jack the Puddle Jumper to save them in this funny story written by a 10 year old author and illustrated by artists from Argentina, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Serbia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Little Jack just wants to jump in puddles But the village of Pockinshook has outlawed mischief Children are expected to be quiet and neat and well behaved.But the village is in big trouble The local river is drying up, and only puddle jumping children can save it Can little Jack show the village how to jump in puddles Kids will be pulling on their boots and finding their own puddles after reading author Thomas Key Maddox s heartfelt and humorous story Coupled with child friendly illustrations from artists from around the world, Jack the Puddle Jumper is than an engaging story it s an art book for kids that demonstrates accessible art genres ranging from line drawings to industrial design.Maddox s book is perfect as a holiday gift for young artists and for fans of humorous books such as The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems, and The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Sciezka and Lane Smith.

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    1. In Thomas Key Maddox's picture book, Jack the Puddle Jumper, readers are introduced to the peaceful town of Pockinshook, where rebellious young Jack bucks the rules by doing what he loves the most: jumping in puddles. Much to the chagrin of the townspeople, Jack isn't like the other children who are quiet, calm, and neat. No other children join Jack to play, which leaves Jack feeling lonely and discouraged until local scientist, Doctor Calabash, discovers that the town is in dire environmental d [...]

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