Andrew's lost and found mitten campaign leads to hilarious situations. Principal Green recruits Andrew to deal with the tidal wave of mittens that has overtaken the school -- only to be surprised
Andrew's lost and found mitten campaign leads to hilarious situations. Principal Green recruits Andrew to deal with the tidal wave of mittens that has overtaken the school -- only to be surprised by his final solution to the problem.
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"A funny story with an exaggerated plot that many children could probably relate to."
"Simple text and spirited illustrations ease the transition to chapter books."
— Our Choice, The Canadian Children’s Book Centre
"One excellent early chapter book is Deanne Lee Bingham's Andrew's Magnificent Mountain of Mittens, a whimsical tale of misplaced mittens that will immediately strike a chord in any child who has ever had to visit the school lost and found. . . Bingham's prose is complex enough to challenge a budding chapter-book reader; with enough repetition of words and patterns to drive home newly learned words. The story is fun and frolicsome and gets an added push by the colourful, silly illustrations by Kim LaFave."
— The Hamilton Spectator
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Award-winning illustrator Kim LaFave has illustrated many books for children including Big Ben, We'll All Go series and the early readers Emma's Emu, Andrew's Magnificent Mountain of Mittens and Andrew - Catch That Cat!. Kim lives with his family in Roberts Creek, British Columbia.