50 Below Zero
By Robert Munsch
Review by: Yvonne
Robert Munsch brings us another hilarious book with the story of ‘50 Below Zero’.
This story is about a little boy, named Jason, who wakes in the middle of the night and hears a noise. Being the brave little man that he is, he climbs out of bed to investigate.
Much to his surprise, upon entering the kitchen, Jason finds his father asleep on top of the refrigerator. Jason screams “Wake up, Papa”, and his father jumps off the fridge, runs around the kitchen three times and returns to his bed. Jason returns to bed as well, but no sooner is he asleep, then he hears another noise and must investigate again. This continues for a while, over and over until Jason finally comes up with the perfect idea! What do you think Jason does to restrain his father from sleepwalking into 50 below weather in his pajamas? To find out you will need to read the book, of course! Perfect for young readers and children from the ages of 2-8, I recommend this book to add to your bookshelf. Illustrated by Michael Martchenko, this story is another favorite of my children and daycare children. Sure to bring laughs and giggles to even the toughest kids! Robert Munsch uses his famous style in this, his thirteenth book, which has been enjoyed by people all over the world. I’m also proud to say that he lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada with his wife and his three children. Great piece of work, as always when it comes to Robert