The Kids of Cattywampus Street Hardcover by Lisa Jahn-Clough; illustrated by Natalie Andrewson

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The Kids of Cattywampus Street Hardcover by Lisa Jahn-Clough; illustrated by Natalie Andrewson

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  • Publisher: Anne Schwartz Books (2021-07-06)
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9780593127568
  • Item Weight: 283.5 grams
  • Dimensions: 8.56 x 5.81 x 0.63 cm

“An extraordinary book.” --Lemony Snicket, author of A Series of Unfortunate Events
Lovers of Roald Dahl and Louis Sachar's Sideways Stories from Wayside School will be captivated by the adventures of this very special group of friends who live on the same street.

In this delightful chapter book filled with black-and-white pictures, you'll meet Jamal, Lindalee, Hans, Matteo, and others--the kids who live on Cattywampus Street, not far from the Waddlebee Toy Store.

Each of the eleven chapters in this magical, mysterious, silly, scary, happy, and sometimes sad chapter book tells an utterly unforgettable tale about one of the kids. Whether it's about Jamal and his magic ball, which knows how to find him after its been stolen away; or Charlotta, who shrinks so small that she can fit inside her dollhouse; or Rodney, whose pet rock becomes the envy of all the kids on Cattywampus Street, here are stories sure to charm, captivate, and engage all readers of chapter books, even the most reluctant.

About the Author

Lisa Jahn-Clough is the author/illustrator of over a dozen picture books, including ALICA HAS A BAD DAY and MY FRIEND AND I, which won awards from the Bank Street College of Education and Child Magazine, among others. She is also the author of three YA novels. She has taught courses on writing for children at Emerson College, Vermont College of Fine Arts, and Hamline University, and currently teaches at Rowan University.

Natalie Andrewson is a comic artist, printmaker, and illustrator. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Hazlitt, and the New Yorker, and she's done narrative work for Cartoon Network, Dreamworks, Titmouse, and Oculus. She has also made short-form comics with Peow Studio, Shortbox, and BOOM! Studios. Her first graphic novel, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, will publish in Fall 2020. Natalie resides in Los Angeles, California.

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