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About the Book
Author: Harlan Coben
Illustrator: Lean Rinari
Recommended Ages: 4-8
Number of Pages: 48
Publisher: Dial Books
Publication Date: February 16, 2016
Summary: #1 New York Times Bestselling novelist Harlan Coben partners with a talented debut illustrator in this fantastical and funny adventure for fans of David Wiesner and William Joyce
It's family dinner night, and Walden would like to be anywhere other than the kitchen in the middle of chores. Suddenly his wish is granted: He is magically swooped into one of his own drawings on the fridge, and finds himself on a one-of-a-kind adventure. After battling a crayon monster, he catches a plane ride into an old photo, escapes a troop of monkeys by cannonballing into an aquarium ticket, survives an ice-maker earthquake, and more. Kids will love studying the dynamic, comic-book-inspired illustrations in this zany, surprise-filled journey that culminates in a heartfelt appreciation of family.
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When Walden is asked to set the table for a family gathering, he wants nothing more than to disappear. Imagine his surprise when he suddenly finds himself in one of his own drawings on the fridge. Walden's adventure is just beginning as he defends himself against the crayon monster with a slice of pizza and escapes by swinging into an old photo of his grandparents. What else is in-store for Walden and will he make it back in time for dinner?
The Magical Fantastical Fridge is an imaginative story full of creativity and fun. I am in love with the illustrations. They are brilliantly done using vivid colors and amazing detail. The minimal text and bold and busy illustrations will captivate little readers while stirring their imaginations. All in all it's a wonderful picture book worth reading.
I highly recommend picking up a copy.