A park ranger and a bear face off in a battle of signs as they each try to get treats from visiting campers.
This is an enjoyable story with a fun, happy ending. The best part is the "war with words" as the ranger and bear alter the signs, providing funny moments that make this a fun read. The color palette fits perfectly with the darling illustrations.
Kathleen Doherty has taught elementary school for over 30 years in Chicago. She’s a Reading Specialist and an Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction who enjoys writing humorous stories and reading aloud to kids. Her work has appeared in TIME magazine, The Mailbox, Highlights for Children, Highlights High Five, Highlights HELLO, and Spider Magazine. She has won the Highlights Pewter Plate Award, the Highlights Celebrate National Poetry Contest, and a letter of merit from SCBWI’s Magazine Merit Competition. She currently lives in Schererville, IN.Chip Wass is an award-winning artist who designs characters and illustrations for Disney, Cartoon Network, The New York Times, ESPN, and Wendy’s. His previous books include Monster Knows Patterns, and Monster Knows Numbers (Picture Window Books). Chip lives in Baltimore, MD. Learn more about chip at chipwass.com.
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