Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Wiesner Week: Tuesday

Be warned:  after reading David Wiesner's Tuesday , Tuesdays may never be the same. .  

The plot of Tuesday is simple.  One Tuesday evening, frogs find themselves airborne, flying through the neighborhood on lily pads.   Their flight of fancy starts around 8:00 p.m. and by 5:00 a.m., after hours of adventure, they find themselves drifting back to earth.  Lily pad evidence is strewn about town, leaving crime scene investigators scratching their heads, clueless about the night's strange events.

You'll have to see the book, but I'll give you a clue:  the ending is a play on When Pigs Fly.  You might want to peek out your window tonight -- because, it is Tuesday, and you just never know...

Click below to read my other Wiesner reviews:
Intro:  {Wiesner Week}
Day One:  {Sector 7}
Day Two: {Tuesday}
Day Three:  {June 29, 1999}

What's your favorite Wiesner book???

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