What do your favorite toys get up to when you’re at school? Teddy and friends bring their creative mayhem to the classroom in a gleefully vicarious comic romp.
What would happen if your teddy bear stowed away in your backpack and followed you to school? And what if your teddy convinced all your friends’ stuffed animals to come along for the party? Would you believe they might sneak into the cafeteria to play Pizza Disc, head to the band room to put bubbles in the wind instruments, make a clever glue trap for the art teacher, and roll around in finger paint as well? Luckily, the principal remembers what it was like to be young and may let the rambunctious teddy bear and crew off just this once. Author Jancee Dunn and illustrator Scott Nash bring Teddy and friends back for more mischief in a high-spirited tale of uninhibited fun.
Jancee Dunn is the author of I’m Afraid Your Teddy Is in Trouble Today, illustrated by Scott Nash. She has also written for Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Vogue, Parents, and O: The Oprah Magazine, as well as many books for adults. Jancee Dunn lives with her husband and daughter in Brooklyn.
Scott Nash is the creator of the illustrated middle-grade novel The High-Skies Adventures of Blue Jay the Pirate, the early reader Tuff Fluff, and Shrunken Treasures. He is also the illustrator of I’m Afraid Your Teddy Is in Trouble Today by Jancee Dunn, Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp by Carol Diggory Shields, and many other children’s books. He lives on Peaks Island off the coast of Portland, Maine.