By Alan Silberberg
A paranormal pen reasons artistic chaos during this quirky, comic-style tale from the Sid Fleischman Award–winning writer of Milo.
Best associates Matt and Larry “Craz” Crazinski couldn’t be extra diverse. Matt loves order, whereas Craz lives at the part. the lads proportion a keenness for cartooning, yet because of the college paper gatekeeper (and kind-of bully), bypass Turkle, it sort of feels their cartoons shouldn't be published.
But then the lads find a pen that offers to aid them DRAW larger NOW!—and speedy discover it’s no traditional pen: no matter what they draw involves life!
They commence small with their drawings—bags of money, cool instruments. subsequent, they get their pesky English instructor to take a distinct and prolonged holiday. but if the men get a bit bolder of their magical drawings, they discover that issues don’t continually prove as ideal because the paintings they create...
In this humorous, a bit zany, and eventually heartwarming tale, Sid Fleischman Award–winner Alan Silberberg demonstrates the ability of friendship—and that the easiest lifestyles isn't really continually sketched out upfront.