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Author: Alice Kuipers Narrator: Emma Lysy Publisher: Little, Brown Young Readers Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: January 2021 ISBN: 9781549104428
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Violet and Victor Small are twins on a mission: to write the best book in the whole, entire world--together! Victor is reluctant, but Violet is determined, and soon the ideas can't come quickly enough.

They begin to write a story about a hungry Bookworm who is eating all the books in the library. Thanks to Victor's brilliant ideas, Violet is able to save the day (and the library).

This delightful story-within-a-story is filled with good-natured sibling rivalry, and focuses on the spirit of cooperation, the satisfaction of a job well-done, and the magic of storytelling.

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Quotes & Awards

  • Clever fare for aspiring bookworms (especially siblings). Kirkus
  • A creative story and the sweetest tale ever. School Library Connection
  • Murguia creates extravagant visual representations of the possibilities that await readers (and writers) of stories...Entertaining, and likely to inspire readers to try putting their own stories together. Publishers Weekly
  • Fascinating illustrations are fun to study...The great blend of text and illustrations combine for an enjoyable story about writing a story. Booklist

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About the Author

Alice Kuipers was born in London and currently lives in Saskatoon, Canada where she's a Pilates teacher. In addition to working as a producer for the CBC Radio, she has published several short stories in literary magazines. In 2008, her debut novel, Life on the Refrigerator Door, was nominated for the Carnegie Medal.