Waking Up Wendell
Early in the morning, a little bird at No. 1 Fish Street hops out of her nest, takes a deep breath, and begins to sing a very lo... (see details)
Early in the morning, a little bird at No. 1 Fish Street hops out of her nest, takes a deep breath, and begins to sing a very loud and whistley song, TWEEEEEET-TWEEEEEET-TA-TA-TA-TWEEEEEET-TWEEEEET!
So starts the story of how a chain of events results in everyone on One Street waking up. The bird's song awakens Mr. Krudwig at No. 2 Fish Street, whose grumbling wakes up Leopold, his dog, who barks "RAPPITY-RAPPITY-RAP RAPPITY-RAPPITY-RAP" . . . and wakes up Mrs. Musky, at No. 3 Fish Street. The antics go on and on until, finally, Lilah Hall's singing in the shower at No. 9 awakens the last person left who is still asleep, none other than the littlest resident at No. 10 Fish Street: baby Wendell Willamore.
|Product Type||Hardcover Books|
|Primary Contributor||April Stevens and Tad Hills|
|Age Groups||Ages 4 to 6|
|Publisher||Penguin Random House|