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Bob Not Bob!

*to be read as though you have the worst cold ever

Award Award icon Flicker Tale Children's Book Award Nominee (North Dakota), 2019

Regular Price $17.99

Regular Price $18.99 CAD

Regular Price $17.99

Regular Price $18.99 CAD

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From the Caldecott Award-winning and bestselling team of Audrey Vernick, Liz Garton Scanlon, and Matthew Cordell comes a hilarious sick-day read-aloud!

Little Louie is stuck in bed with a bad cold. His nose is clogged, his ears are crackling, and his brain feels full. All he wants is his mom to take care of him, but whenever he calls out for her, his stuffed-up nose makes it sound like he’s summoning slobbery dog Bob instead! This silly but sweet picture book will make kids laugh out loud as Louie tries to make himself understood. They won’t be able to help joining Louie in crying out, “Bob, not Bob!”

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Praise for Bob, Not Bob!:
Abilene ISD Mockingbird Award
A CCIRA Colorado Children's Book Award Nominee
Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Books for Kids
A Flicker Tale Children's Book Award Nominee
Illinois Monarch Award Masterlist
A Junior Library Guild Selection
A Mitten Award Honor Book
NYC Reads 365
Redbud Read-Aloud Book award Masterlist
A Show Me Readers Award Nominee
VA Reads Master List
A Volunteer State Book Award Nominee
* "[A] perfect cheer-up for a kid tucked up with a cold."—Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review
* "Every page offers a giggle. . . . [T]his is read-aloud gold."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
* "The co-authors' narrative is satisfying beyond the funny gimmick, [...] offering depth and heart in addition to the silly misunderstandings."—Horn Book, starred review
"Scanlon and Vernick's text is sweet without treacle, and [...]Cordell's artwork is terrific."—Kirkus Reviews
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