Mitchell’s License Mitchell Goes

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Candlewick #ad - . Hop in for a hilarious, a lead foot, a kid with a need for speed, heartwarming ride with four-year-old Mitchell, and a very special license to drive. Mitchell was four years, one month, and five days old when he got his license. He may need a little boost getting into the driver’s seat, his car sure goes fast! Left turn, but once he’s behind the wheel, right turn, slow down for speed bumps - Mitchell is a pro.

And he loves the way that horn sounds! There’s just one problem: Mitchell and his car have a slight disagreement about what type of fuel should go into the tank. With warmth and sly wit, hallie durand follows a young child obsessed with all things automobile, while Tony Fucile’s comical illustrations convey the well-tuned bond between an obliging father and a high-octane child.

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Mitchell Goes Bowling

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Candlewick #ad - And when they step into the bowling alley, Mitchell feels right at home. Battle on! head to the lanes for another hilarious, high-energy story as four-year-old Mitchell and his obliging dad strike a winning deal. Mitchell liked to knock things down. That’s just how he rolled. One saturday, when mitchell almost knocks down his dad, his dad catches him and puts him in the car.

Mitchell Goes Bowling #ad - How can mitchell get a chance to do a steamin’-hot-potato-dance too? With wit, warmth, and comedic charm, Hallie Durand and Tony Fucile roll another strike with this tale of a lovably rambunctious child and his doting dad. Pizza! giant crashing noises! special shoes! but as mitchell picks up the biggest ball and quickly learns the word gutter, and when Dad does a little kick with his leg and earns a big X on the scoreboard, Mitchell starts to get peevish.

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Mitchell Goes Driving

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Candlewick #ad - Mitchell Goes Driving #ad - Used book in Good Condition. He may require a little boost getting into the driver’s seat, but once he’s behind the wheel, Hallie Durand follows a young child obsessed with all things automobile, his “car” sure goes fast! With warmth and sly wit, while Tony Fucile’s comical illustrations convey the well-tuned bond between an obliging father and a high-octane child.

Families who prefer the wear-’em-out strategy over lullabies and gentle good-night poems might consider opening their own DMV. Bulletin of the center for children’s Books starred reviewHop in for a hilarious, heartwarming ride with Mitchell, a kid with a need for speed.

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