Saturday, June 30, 2018

Who Can Fix It?, by Leslie Ann MacKeen, earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval

One afternoon, as Jeremiah T. Fitz is taking a drive to his mother's home for Sunday dinner, his car quits running.  He tries his best to restart the engine but to no avail.  So he muses aloud, "Who can fix it?"  That's when, one at a time, a slew of animals come to his aid with ideas to fix Jeremiah's automobile.  With each suggestion, Jeremiah does as his animal friends advise, but each time he is unsuccessful in getting his car to start and he asks once again, "Who can fix it?". 

This wonderfully whimsical book, written and illustrated by Leslie Ann MacKeen, is an engaging read that is sure to incite lots of belly laughs at reading time.  A fun introduction to word-play, the story keeps a nice pace and the illustrations are a terrific addition to this delightful children's picture book. Sure to be a hit with youngsters, Who Can Fix It? is recommended for home and school libraries and has earned the Literary Classics Seal of Approval.

LITERARY CLASSICS Book Awards & Reviews International Book Awards • Top Honors Youth Book Awards • Seal of Approval

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