Enter to Win a Live Zoom With the Creative Minds Behind SEE THE CAT: THREE STORIES ABOUT A DOG!
Courtesy of Mackin and Candlewick Press.
Contest closes 11/13/2020.

Author David LaRochelle and illustrator Mike Wohnoutka will host a Zoom visit for one lucky class (limit 30 students).

The winning librarian or educator will be awarded a live Zoom visit from David LaRochelle and Mike Wohnoutka and a copy of their new book SEE THE CAT.

4 contest entrants will win a copy of SEE THE CAT.

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Please note that this event may not be recorded, archived, distributed or shared in any manner.

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Move over, Spot! There’s a new cat, I mean dog in town! Spoofing classic primers, Max the Dog talks back to the book in a twist that will have fans of funny early readers howling.

— Kirkus Reviews, starred review
— Booklist, starred review
— Publishers Weekly, starred review

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