Giveaway: BEATRICE ZINKER, UPSIDE DOWN THINKER (US Only)
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Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker (US Only)
by: Shelley Johannes
Release Date: September 19, 2017
About the Book:
Beatrice does her best thinking upside down.
Hanging from trees by her knees, doing handstands . . . for Beatrice Zinker, upside down works every time. She was definitely upside down when she and her best friend, Lenny, agreed to wear matching ninja suits on the first day of third grade. But when Beatrice shows up at school dressed in black, Lenny arrives with a cool new outfit and a cool new friend. Even worse, she seems to have forgotten all about the top-secret operation they planned!
Can Beatrice use her topsy-turvy way of thinking to save the mission, mend their friendship, and flip things sunny-side up?
About the Author:
Shelley Johannes previously spent ten years in architecture—where she fell in love with felt-tip pens, tracing paper, and the greatness of black turtlenecks. She lives in Michigan with her husband and two sons. Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker is the first book she's written. Find her online at shelleyjohannes.com.
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Be An Upside Down Thinker!
One (1) winner receives:
- Copy of Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker
- “Upside Down Thinker” beanie
- And branded pencil case and notepad!
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This cover looks sweet; with the upside down girl and colors giving it a creative nature. The story seems like loads of fun mixed with childhood growing pains.
The cover is quite fun and bright. The synopsis sounds just right for keeping upper elementary school students interested.