Item description for Mrs. Pine Takes a Trip by Leonard Kessler...
Mrs. Pine decides to visit her sister in New York. Mr. Pine tells her that he can take care of the house while she is away. "Housework is easy," he says. But he soon changes his mind. The house gets messier and messier and, oh no, Mrs. Pine is coming home tomorrow!
Children of all ages will enjoy this third book in the Mr. Pine series.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Publisher Purple House Press
ISBN 1930900252 ISBN13 9781930900257
Availability 12 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 01:52.
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More About Leonard Kessler
kessler has illustrated over 200 hundred books for children, many of which he also wrote.
Leonard P. Kessler currently resides in Sarosota Sarasota Sarasota Sar, in the state of Florida. Leonard P. Kessler was born in 1920.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mrs. Pine Takes a Trip?
Nana recommends Mr. Pine! Sep 15, 2008
I read these Mr. Pine books to our granddaughters, and they loved them. They have the right mix of humor and clever irony that for some reason appeals to 4-year-olds and adults. I am glad I got them!
Mrs. Pine Is Finally Here! Jul 21, 2005
This book Mrs. Pines takes a trip brings back very fond memories of my childhood(1970's). My youngest brother ordered it from a book club at school. I would often read the book to him at bedtime. It helped me improve on my reading skills with it's repetition. Mrs. Pine leaves Mr. Pine a to do list of chores while she is on her trip. Mr. Pine misplaces the list. He doesn't seem to focus on the missing list or the mess he is creating. Mrs. Pine is returning home the next day, he hasn't found the list and the house is a tremendous mess! As a child I could not understand why he just could not see the mess he was creating and clean it(sounds like my husband). I do remember the humor and Mr. Pine's procrastination. I have ordered the book to share with my kindergarten class-they will appreciate it's humor! Thank you, Mr. Leonard Kessler for your literary contributions!