I Have to Go

I Have to Go

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By (author) Robert Munsch, Illustrated by Robert Martchenko

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  • Publisher: Annick Press Ltd
  • Format: Board book | 24 pages
  • Dimensions: 69mm x 69mm x 13mm | 386g
  • Publication date: 21 October 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Ontario
  • ISBN 10: 1554512530
  • ISBN 13: 9781554512539
  • Illustrations note: colour illus throughout
  • Sales rank: 131,959

Product description

This ever-popular story of a little boy in the throes of toilet training has been making children laugh since it first appeared more than 20 years ago. This new toddler-sized board book edition retains all the humour of the original story but features condensed text that will make it even more appealing to preschoolers.

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Robert Munsch is one of the world's best-selling children's authors. His books have sold more than 30 million copies and have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Michael Martchenko, the recipient of multiple awards for design and illustration, has illustrated more than 30 books for children and has exhibited his work widely.

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Ready to please a new generation of toddlers, preschoolers, early readers, and parents alike. There's a reason over a million copies of this title have been sold in its various forms! This new board book format opens up this story to a younger audience while still keeping a storyline that beginner readers will enjoy. [Review of earlier edition: ] Preschoolers who are in the throes of toilet training, or who have just attained this milestone, will appreciate Andrew's predicament and Munsch's gentle exaggeration. [Review of earlier edition: ] Martchenko's exaggerated illustrations are a splendid complement to Munsch's direct and pleasantly repetitive narration. The author's popularity is already widely established, and this title should do well both in libraries and bookstores serving children of preschool and primary grades.