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Mr. Groundhog Wants the Day Off

Mr. Groundhog Wants the Day Off
Mr. Groundhog Wants the Day Off
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87
Pages: 
36
Average: 5 (2 votes)
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Mr. Groundhog tries to give his Groundhog Day duties away. He does not want to be blamed for six more weeks of winter anymore. He asks his friends to take on the responsibilities, but they are not interested. Instead, one by one his friends show him how he is perfectly suited to the role. As the day progresses, Mr. Groundhog finds a way to enjoy his special day.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936299584
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Holidays, Imagination
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: groundhog day, celebrations, holiday, friendship
Date Added: June 13, 2013
About the Author Pat Stemper Vojta earned her AAS Degree in Journalism from Harper Community College in Palatine Illinois For the past years she has been working as a freelance journalist and photographer Stemper Vojtas magazine credits include Highlights For Children PackoFun magazine and CraftWorks for the Home She is currently a freelance writer photographer for The Woodstock Independent newspaper and is a member of SCBWI and the Illinois Press Association This is her first published childrens book Stemper Vojta lives on a small farm in Woodstock Illinois with her husband Ken dogs Feebie and Gus and cat Louie She loves hiking and river rafting She enjoys reading a good book and most of all loves spending time with her three grown children Charlie Nathan and Roxanne About the Illustrator Olga Levitskiy is a freelance illustrator based in New Jersey Art has always been a driving force in her life whether its creating for herself or clients She received a BFA in Illustration from the University of Hartford Art School Olga attributes her dedication and love for illustrating to the inspirational teachings of her professors at the university Olga enjoys creating engaging humorous and whimsical art that she hopes will appeal to both children and adults She combines realism with charming characters to complement the message of the story that she is illustrating Always inspired by great writing Olga loves to tell stories through her paintings Free activities for this book are available at wwwraventreepresscom Mr Groundhog Wants the Day Off Stemper Vojta Levitski y Raven Tree Press RL  Mr Groundhog tries to give his Groundhog Day duties away He is tired of everyone getting mad at him when they see his shadow He does not want to be blamed for six more weeks of winter anymore He asks his friends to take on the responsibilities but they are not interested Instead one by one his friends show him how he is perfectly suited to the role As the day progresses Mr Groundhog find