A brand-new look for a classic story. First published in 1979, this was the first of Robert Munsch's oral stories to be turned into a book. Since then, it has made countless children (and adults) all around the world laugh out loud. When Jule Ann goes outside, a mud puddle jumps on her and gets her dirty all over. No sooner does her mother scrub her clean than she ventures out again, only to be pounced upon by the pesky mud puddle. The cycle continues until finally Jule Ann gets the better of the mud puddle with cheerful ingenuity and two bars of smelly yellow soap. Lively, clever artwork by award-winning illustrator Dusan Petricic gives this bestselling picture book a fresh and energetic look that will charm a new generation of young readers.
Author: Robert Munsch Publisher: Annick Press Published: 09/01/2012 Pages: 26 Binding Type: Board Book Weight: 0.65lbs Size: 5.90h x 5.90w x 0.70d ISBN: 9781554517541 Audience: Ages 4-8
Robert Munsch has written almost 60 books for children, including "The Paper Bag Princess" and "50 Below Zero." He lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Dusan Petricic's brilliant illustrations have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and books around the world. His most recent book with Annick, "The Man with the Violin," was the winner of the prestigious TD Canadian Children's Literature Award. He lives in Zemun, Serbia.