50 Below Zero

50 Below Zero

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Baker & Taylor
Jason finds a way to save his father from sleepwalking into the 50-below-zero cold night, but develops his own problem in the process.

Perseus Publishing
Jason’s dad falls asleep everywhere except in his own bed. All night long, Jason gets woken up by strange noises that lead him to find his dad in the most unexpected placesfrom on top of the refrigerator to the freezing cold woods outside his house. In order to finally get a good night’s sleep, Jason musters up all of his resources and comes up with a most unexpected solutiontying his dad’s toe to the bathroom doorknob to keep him in place. Now available as a simplified, toddler-friendly board book with revised art by Michael Martchenko, this story will delight young children discovering it for the first time.


Firefly Books Ltd
Jason’s dad falls asleep everywhere … except in his own bed. All night long, Jason gets woken up by strange noises that lead him to find his dad in the most unexpected places—from on top of the refrigerator to the freezing cold woods outside his house. In order to finally get a good night’s sleep, Jason musters up all of his resources and comes up with a most unexpected solution—tying his dad’s toe to the bathroom doorknob to keep him in place. Now available as a simplified, toddler-friendly board book with revised art by Michael Martchenko, this story will delight young children discovering it for the first time.

Another bestselling Munsch classic now available as a board book.

Baker
& Taylor

Jason's dad walks in his sleep. Where will Jason find him next?

Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, c2013
ISBN: 9781554515325
Branch Call Number: JBB FIC MUN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Martchenko, Michael
Alternative Title: Fifty below zero

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Aug 08, 2018

This book is about Jason's' dad sleepwalking he would sleep on the fridge, the car, and even outside. He would basically be sleepwalking everywhere! This is a really funny book and so that’s why I don't want to give it all away, I want to wait until more people read it. This book makes me feel really funny because it is very enjoyable and enthusiastic to read it. I absolutely love reading this book and that's why I think you should definitely read it too, as soon as possible. This is a very childish book and so I would recommend this book from ages from 4 to 9. @Bookworm5755 of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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susan_findlay
Feb 20, 2017

We love Munsch's books, and many of them translate beautifully to the pared-down-for-toddlers board book format, but this one seems to have lost a bit too much of the story.

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michealm10
Nov 08, 2010

Robert Munsch writes great books for kids I'm a reader fan for life of his stories I'm 24 yrs old and have read Robert Munsch books when i was 6 yrs old in my elementary school Sandford Avenue Public School in Hamilton, Ontario Robert had maid a visit to that school and i got to meet him and other students did as well he a very popular person for story telling and catches readers attention just like mine i thank him for making books that helped me read along the way to where i am today

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