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Badger Is Bored

Badger Is Bored

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Fun is just a fresh perspective away in this entertaining book about boredom.

What a boring day! Badger doesn't feel like doing anything. Unfortunately, Fox, Squirrel, Blackbird, and Rabbit feel the same way. One after the other, they appear at Badger's door. Even together they don't know what to do. But when Mouse comes over wearing an eye patch, she gets the ball rolling--or rather a pirate ship in motion--and the treasure hunt begins! Badger and his friends are finally on an adventure.

Grumpy Badger is back in Moritz Petz's humorous story--that could take place in any children's room--reminding us that boredom often gives rise to the best ideas. Amélie Jackowski's illustrations keep the laughs coming with her unique and humorous details.

Praise for The Day Everything Went Wrong

"Amelie Jackowski's illustrations are wonderful."-- Youth Services Book Review

"This sweet Swiss import gives a fresh take on altruism and friendship."--Booklist

Author: Moritz Petz
Publisher: Northsouth Books
Published: 04/19/2022
Pages: 32
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.80lbs
Size: 11.20h x 8.60w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9780735844797
Audience: Ages 4-8

About the Author
Moritz Petz, alias Udo Weigelt, was born in Hamburg, Germany. Upon completion of his studies, he traveled through Italy, Denmark, and Sweden, working a variety of jobs before returning to study history and German. He has written many books for children including the badger book that started it all: The Bad Mood. Today Udo Weigelt lives as a freelance writer on Lake Constance.

Amélie Jackowski was born in Toulon, France. She studied at the School of Applied Arts in Strasbourg and at the University of Aix-en-Provence. Amélie has written many books for children including beloved tale, The Bad Mood. The illustrator now lives and works in Marseille. She has two children to whom she likes to tell stories she invented.

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